Nollywood actor Kunle Afod has been slammed by social media users after releasing the funeral arrangements of late actor, Sule Suebebe.

It was reported last week that the Yoruba actor died in the early hours of Wednesday morning, June 12th, at an undisclosed hospital in Ibadan, Oyo State. The news of his demise was made known by Ibadan-based cleric Pastor Ademola Amusan, aka Agbala Gabriel, who had been caring for the ailing actor for months. It was later alleged that the actor’s family had refused to take his corpse from the clergyman.

Taking to his Instagram page, Kunle Afod has released the funeral arrangements of the late actor. According to …er, Suebebe would be laid to rest on the 21st of June, 2024 at Agbala Gabriel Egbeda Church in Ibadan.

“Final burial arrangements for Sule Suebebe

Rest in peace”.

Some of his colleagues flooded his comment section paying respect to the late actor.

Mustapha Sholagbade wrote, “May Allah be pleased with himself and accept his return. Amen

Yomi Fabiyi wrote, “RIP. Journey well sir

Shola Kosoko wrote, “Good night sir. God loves you more”.

Many who weren’t pleased with Kunle Afod reposting the news, noted how he never showed support for the actor when he was alive and in need of help.

One Shinny926 wrote, “You guys are not okay for posting his picture

One I Am Yougood Official wrote, “None of you posted anything about him when he was sucked ooo.

One Aystarr Richy wrote, “But when he was alive you people didn’t show him any love ooo

Truth Is Bitter9ja wrote, “Many of your colleagues probably won’t respost or comment make Nigerians no drag dem. RIP Baba Suebebe

One Akanji Of Lagos wrote, “I will never use my money to watch any Yoruba movie again because you guys are fake in that industry”.

Just a few months back, Sule Suebebe had received a massive turnover as he joined the list of house owners. The veteran was gifted a brand new house by Pastor Gabriel, and videos captured online showed the veteran, who was in a wheelchair, in his new house as he rained prayers on the clergyman and his members.

Before his death, Suebebe had appealed to the women he offended during his youthful days. He sought forgiveness from them, as he admitted that during his youthful days, he stepped on so many toes due to his wayward and lackadaisical lifestyle, especially when he was still a musician.