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BREAKING: Yoruba movie actor Sisi Quadri passes on

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Sisi Quadri is a famous Nigerian movie actor.

Quadri is known for his abusive words in Yoruba language and unique feminine character.

He also starred in the famous Yoruba movie “Anikulapo”, that is currently making wave on X.

The Netflix movie has been making waves for its intrinsic moral lessons.

Shortly after Netflix announced the release of “Anikulapo” on X, the family of Quadri made it known to the public about his passing.

Quadri was set to amaze his fans once again in the New movie “Anikulapo: Rise of the Spectre”.

His death will be grateful felt by Nigerians and his fans.

The cause of his death is still unknown.

Reports suggests that he had been ill prior to his passing, but not confirmed.

Here are some of the comments by his fans on X:

@Olaoluwa_01 said: “Just hearing the news too😱😱”

@Adebayoadebanks5 wrote: “Just hearing the news too😱😱”

@your_sweetgurl commented: “May his soul rest in perfecf peace”

@_hormo’s remark: “Same mehn! It’s so shocking🥺

May his soul rest peacefully🙏🏻”

@jumpafrika also commented: “Dygg😪

Ion know how to feel”


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