Murphy Afolabi was a well-known Nigerian Yoruba Nollywood actor, famous for his outstanding performances in movies like “Ija Obi,” “Asiri Nla,” and “Omo Mushin.” He was one of the most sought-after actors in the Yoruba movie industry and had a massive fan following.
However, on the 6th of May 2023, the news of Murphy Afolabi’s demise shocked the entire Nigerian movie industry and his fans. He had passed away in his home in Lagos after a brief illness. The news of his death spread like wildfire, and many of his fans and colleagues took to social media to express their condolences and pay tribute to the talented actor.
Murphy Afolabi was born on the 5th of May, 1974, in Osun State, Nigeria. He began his acting career in 2000, and over the years, he had starred in over 100 movies. His acting skills were exceptional, and he had won several awards for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor in a Yoruba movie at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.Murphy Afolabi was not just an actor; he was also a producer and director.
He had produced several movies, including “Ayanmo Ife,” “Agbara Nla,” and “Ade Ori.” He was also a philanthropist and had touched the lives of many people through his foundation, the Murphy Afolabi Foundation, which provided scholarships to children in need.
The news of Murphy Afolabi’s death came as a shock to many, and his fans and colleagues could not believe that he was no more.
Many took to social media to express their grief and pay tribute to the actor. His death is a great loss to the Nigerian movie industry, and he will be greatly missed.
The cause of Murphy Afolabi’s death is still unknown, and his family has not released any official statement regarding his demise. However, his colleagues in the movie industry have described him as a humble and hardworking actor who was always willing to help others.
Murphy Afolabi’s death is a great loss to the Nigerian movie industry, and he will always be remembered for his outstanding performances and his contributions to the growth of the industry. He was a true icon, and his legacy will live on. Rest in peace, Murphy Afolabi.