Sunday, 12 April 2015

See AY's hilarious reaction on Youtube after a fan told him "I know wot to do.."

 Ayo Makun popularly known as AY must have really felt the evil hands of pirates on his movie 30 days in Atlanta. 
Recall that he recently wrote an open letter to Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba urging him to use the machinery at his disposal to identify and arrest the culprits.  
However, AY is also taking precautions by begging his fans and urging them to contact him directly to get any information they need about his movie.

Below is his reaction to a fan's comment

ladyO Bammy 1 day ago
Later they will say they are pirating their movies before nko... I think I will see one and I won't buy... Simple question av been asking since last two week... Where can I order your DVDs on line or any shops that sells them... Ay been ignoring, even asked him on Twitter... Won't ask again as I know wot to do..

+ladyO Bammy LADYO NAMMY PLS FORGIVE ME. I BEG CALL ME ON +2348052220444 LET ME GIVE U ANY INFORMATION YOU NEED. THIS IS AY
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A scene in the movie

 Ayo Makun in an interview he granted a soft sell magazine said "Piracy has eaten into Nollywood and the entertainment industry as a whole. It is evil. A crime and nobody is doing anything about it. People who actually put in their time, resources, energy, creativity into a production are denied the rewards of their efforts by these Alaba elements.

"It is the time to rise and cry out. To our politicians and those in government, it is not about vote for me. Do something about piracy in the entertainment industry and you’ll have our votes as entertainers. I don’t blame Nigerians because they always buy things on the streets and in traffic, but the government should do something by not allowing these Alaba elements to get away with the evil” AY added.

 30 Days in Atlanta is a 2014 Nigerian romantic comedy film produced by Ayo Makun  and directed by Robert Peters. The film was shot on location in Lagos and Atlanta. It premiered on 31 October 2014. It has been declared the highest grossing film of all time in Nigerian cinemas.

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