Veteran Nollywood actor and Lawyer Kanayo O. Kanayo has been one of the trending conversations on social media following his ritual videos making the rounds online.
Kanayo O. Kanayo earned the name Father of Blood Money/Nanyi Sacrifice from his fans for always engaging in different sacrifices in his movies.
However different clips from Kanayo O. Kanayo old movies where he does rituals has been compiled by TikTok users and can’t be left without talking about.
A throwback video of Kanayo ritual movies reveals the moment the Gods asked him to bring his sister’s brain and by extension responded by bringing that of her sisters and her friends.
Another caption reads; “When your friend’s son is good for the sacrifice.”
Parts of the video making the rounds also reveal the moment, Kanayo was standing by the roadside when a car splashes dirty water on his white shirt and immediately took a bike the caption reads; “The Gods have provided another one, another victim transaction completed.”
A video also showcases the moment Kanayo O. Kanayo ran out of options and he later used the child of one of his fellow cult members.
Watch the clips below (swipe to view more);
Reacting to the video, Kanayo O. Kanayo wrote; “These TikTok videos hahahaha.”
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See reactions below;
sylvesterrichy’s: Person no fit collect money from this man hand real life after watching him 😂.
sclusiveluxury: That ran out of option killed me lol hahahaha.
nelly_illustrationz_: The wife just dey weep… Baba dey reason wetin he go use money buy 😂😂😂😎.
woyetheman: I actually did direct a masterpiece sha😍😂.
sleasy__: This are the reasons why people think Igbo men do rituals for money . LOL CLOWNS 🤡 😂😂.
investor_ybnba: Kanayo got so many niggas believe on sacrifices! A’nt taking about rituals o😂.
cuz_iamchrixx: The second video mad😂
Also, In an interview with Jude Jideonwo, Kanayo O. Kanayo stated that the only Juju he knows his Jesus Christ.
Watch the video below;
However, Kanayo O. Kanayo during an interview with Saturday Beats uttered that acting as a ritualist in movies doesn’t make him one.
He said; “Many of our youths are not focused and they see the social media as a place to get back at some people.
“The most unfortunate thing is that they abuse the privilege they have. Even people who cannot speak before one now think they have the opportunity to rubbish one. However, those things don’t affect me because if one has got to a particular stage in life, there are people one should not respond to.
“Whenever anybody posts a comment that I don’t consider to be ‘worthy’, I go to the person’s page to check who they are following and who is following them. Imagine getting to such a page and finding out that the person has only five followers but is following over 10,000 people. Many of these people are irresponsible and their stock-in-trade is to make negative comments on social media. As for me, I don’t join issues with such people.
“Whether we like it or not, this is Africa where we respect seniority, especially when an elder or leader has not brought themselves to a point where they would be insulted. I guess some of these people were raised in places where they don’t know about cultural values.
“It is most unfortunate that even when one plays certain roles, some youths cannot distinguish between one and the character. Just because one acted as a criminal on TV, some persons see the actor as a criminal. Meanwhile, an actor has to be flexible. Acting as a ‘ritualist’ does not mean one is a ritualist in real life. Anyway, I see those who think that way as uneducated, uninformed and having complex problems. We need to redefine the word, ‘youth’, in Nigeria. Being a youth does not mean one has to be irresponsible.”