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Mr. Macaroni Speaks About Rich Men Contacting Him for His Actresses's Phone Number

Mr. Macaroni speaks out

By Jide OkonjoPublished about a month ago 3 min read

Popular actor and skitmaker Mr. Macaroni is well known for having very curvy and voluptuous women in his skits. Because of this, a lot of people believe that these actresses put themselves in this skit in order to "show off their goods" and many people are also convinced that rich and powerful men reach out to Mr. Macaroni to ask for these ladies' numbers. Now, in a new interview with Teju Babyface, Mr. Macaroni is finally speaking about this, and giving his honest thoughts about the whole thing. Here's what Mr. Macaroni said.

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Speaking about rich men approaching him to ask for contacts of his voluptuous actresses, Mr. Macaroni said about it:

MR. MACARONI: Well, maybe because a good number of them also know my kind of person. So, I do very well to distinguish Daddy Wa the character, Mr. Macaroni the brand, and Debo Adedayo the performer. There are boundaries that I do not cross. Most people would not even bring such a conversation to me because they know that content creation is a completely different thing from who I am. You know there are some conversations or topics you will bring to me that I will immediately call out to you yourself. So I think in as much as we see a lot of the content, we see this, we see that, people also know my person. What I stand for, and what I try to preach. Even though also, sometimes it is misconstrued. But at the end of the day, you cannot help it. The beautiful thing is that when things like that happen, maybe once in a while, I use it as a teachable moment and opportunity to preach morals. Your money cannot buy all the women in the world. Even if it can buy some, it cannot buy all the women in the world. And it is a notion that we just have to try to correct. I'm not saying it will stop or people will stop doing it, but whatever we can do to push the message forward; to let people understand that there are better ways. I've done some other content where some guests come in and try to teach Daddy Wa that there are other ways: at least buy flowers, talk to a woman in a gentleman approach. So, that way too, you're trying to let people see beyond that, and see if you're even trying to go about it and you see a woman you like, why don't you go about it like this, instead of 'put your account number here?'

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