‘How I will shutdown the world’, Kemi Ikuseedu aka Mummy Wa declares as she celebrates her birthday

Kemi Ikuseedu aka Mummy Wa declares as she celebrates her birthday
Kemi Ikuseedu aka Mummy Wa declares as she celebrates her birthday
Kemi Ikuseedu aka Mummy Wa declares as she celebrates her birthday

Fans shower love as Nigerian skitmmaker Kemi Ikuseedun, popularly known as’ Kemz Mama ‘or” Mummy Wa “, celebrates her birthday today. 

The entertainer’s character as Kemz Mama in Mr. Macaroni’s comedic series, plays the role of the comedian’s wife.

Sharing a stunning photo, Kemz who considered herself as a powerful being declared that she has got the infinity stone and so if she snaps her finger, the world will restart or shutdown

She wrote:
I’ve got the infinity stone, i snap my fingers, the world restart. Shutdown! It is my buffday.

Few months ago, Mummy Wa (Kemz Mama) revealed to Kemi Filani News the kind of man she wants to settle down with.

Shortly after her relationship with her colleague Adebayo Ridwan better known as Isbae U hit the rocks.

“My turn off in a relationship is dishonesty and lack of respect. I also look out for someone that is hardworking, supportive, loving and caring basically.”

Mummy Wa who attended Afolarin Memorial Nursery and Primary School in Orile, went to Queen’s College Yaba Lagos, as well as Bells University of Technology and Unilag further reveals how ladies are sexually harrassed in the entertainment industry by their male counterparts.

“I think every girl has faced sexual harrassment in Nollywood, even a girl that is not so freaky has been sexually harrassment. The way people talk to you, things that people send to you and some little physical things that has happened before. Some very stupid guys have tried to do some certain things. This art industry sef is just hidding a lot of them, that’s the truth. A lot of people want to be actors, actresses and some men in the industry are taking advantage of girls and it goes the other way too but I feel like guys do not complain as much as ladies. Maybe a female producer or director says something to them, they don’t complain, they like it but you know girls, we are more sensitive to things like this and it’s more on us actually. Everybody has faced that. In this acting industry, a lot of girls have faced that, she said. 

See photos: