Sule Suebebe is dead

The Yoruba Nollywood industry has been thrown into mourning again as they lose one of their veterans, Dayo Adewunmi, popularly known as Sule Suebebe.

The 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 has been caring for the ailing actor for months.

Announcing his death on his Facebook page, he expressed how saddened he was over his demise and prayed for his soul to rest in peace.

“It’s a pity, Baba Suebebe died at a hospital this morning. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace”.

Sule Suebebe is dead

Mourning his demise, one Trillion Fabric wrote, “This Nollywood is a shame

One Funmi Onabam wrote, “They only make it to the blogs when they pass on. Never celebrated while alive

One I Am Ajiboye Omowunmi wrote, “I want to see some fake celebrity now that will upload this man, none of them came for him when he needed them. Rest in peace

One Omoba wrote, “Rest on legend. This June, just get as e be, make e no touch us IJN

One B Touch Haircut wrote, “Rest on legend

One Mzz Sholz wrote, “It is well. May his soul rest in peace

One Big Zimma wrote, “So sad

One Kirahs Glow Accessories wrote, “Haaaa, May his gentle soul rest in peace”.

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.

The emotional video captured the actor taking accountability for his past actions as he sought forgiveness

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