I don’t care if people say I am joining the ‘Olajumoke bandwagon’– Munachi Abii

The dust had barely settled after TY Bello discovered Olajumoke Orisaguna, the photo bombing bread seller-turned-model, when Five Star Music boss and Kcee’s younger brother, E-Money, decided to cue in the new trend by helping a street hawker.

E-Money sent his brother Kcee to give the street hawker N300,000 and a new car. About two weeks later, Beauty queen-turned-rap artiste, Munachi Abii, is the newest Good Samaritan in town as she stunned many people when she prepared a mouth-watering dish and fed two road side tyre repairers popularly known as vulcanizers.

Many commentators said they were not impressed by what she did, saying she had all the time to play such a big role as a former beauty queen. They opined that the Olajumoke bandwagon was at work and described her action as a publicity stunt.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, the rap artiste said she did not care what people think about her gestures.

“I don’t care what people think of my gesture; neither do I care about their comments. I have been in this industry for too long to know that comments do not matter. What matters to me is that I am doing the right thing. It had been in my mind and I am glad I did it. I don’t know if I would sustain this gesture but only time would tell. I am not feeding the needy; I am just doing my own quota for my community. I believe that anybody that wants to do something for the society can just go out there and make a difference. I am just doing what I can do. I am not doing it for publicity and the reason why I posted the picture is because I want to encourage people to go out and make a difference,” she said.

She posted on her Instagram page, “There is something that has been in my heart for such a long time. In my mind I had planned an elaborate day filled with lots of delicious meals for the people, my people ,who hardly find time to eat good with joy and laughter because they work so hard and hardly earn enough and so I planned to take one day in a month to celebrate the people by celebrating them with a befitting meal. I had planned, re-planned and planned again for my project, fortunately humans always fail but God never fails. I was done whining, complaining and making excuses as to why I hadn’t kept my promise. I decided to do it anyway, even if it meant feeding one person at a time. This time, I will not give up! and so I cooked!!! Delicious seafood Okra & my sister @antak_jessica cooked afang soup & we set out to feed anyone we could find. it was such a beautiful day. Oga vulcanizer and his boy never hesperrerit & I am happy for the joy it put on their faces. #thankGod #munafeeds #success #charity #foodie #givelove #spreadlove #happiness #love . Oh yea, after which, I went to meet @ciara (sic)

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