Hustle don tey – Fans react as throwback scene of Asake in Yoruba movie surfaces (Watch)

Asake is one artiste who has dabbled into different forms of entertainment, from being in a music band to doing comedy skits and now acting.

A video which is making the rounds on social media shows the ‘Jaho’ crooner in an old Yoruba movie, and it sparked reactions.

Fans were of the opinion that Asake has truly paid his dues in the industry, and he was right to have said that though he just hit stardom, he knows his mates.

In the movie scene, the singer was having an argument with his fellow actors who were also shooting another movie inside the film. He was lambasting someone for cornering money meant for the location manager.

The tweep who shared the clip expressed amazement that Asake was also into acting and captioned; “Asake act film join. This hustle don tey no be new shit”

Watch the video below:

In reaction, @Mazdolar said; He wasn’t kidding when he said “I just blow but Omo I know my set” now that line hits different.

@TeminiyinSH; Next big thing like Asake. My hustle go surely pay

@21lumie; Person go con Dey wait for this kind person down fall ko possible ajeh

@DavisJrTHEGREAT; Na here i know people don’t just pop out of nowhere

@Gr8Olabode; TG Omori too act film… Na still sweet hustling story! Na people dey hawk gala inside traffic! and Na people dey do Pown Pown… 🙏🏽 Make God just bless everyone

@slym_hardeynike; No b aske b that naw Abi eye Dey pain me😑

@Spencer_042xx; This is why you should never get jealous of people when it’s their time
They went through shit If you see any successful person you should see a long hard journey they embarked on to get where they are

@DacostaJnr4; Where dem dey when I dey hustle like bolo, Na now i know the meaning of that lyrics

Meanwhile in other entertainment news…

Nigerian actor, Nkem Owoh popularly known as Osuofia, has said the type of stories being told in Nollywood movies makes it better than that of its global counterparts Hollywood and Bollywood.

He said Nigerian movies present real life stories and happenings around the immediate society, so it is wrong to compare the quality of domestic films to those produced in advanced countries.

Nkem Owoh further explained that Nigerian filmmakers were only adopting the use of technology imported from the developed nations.

He said; “The storyline we take is better than any story from any woods, we don’t have the technology, but we have the story.

“We are a third world country coming up, and people should give us kudos for the level we have attained. I believe, with the stories and creativity among us, if we get the needed technology, we will go places”.

The veteran actor further said that with the availability of advanced technology in Nollywood, the industry has witnessed immense improvement.

He said; “If you check the time and how we started, you give kudos because we are making a tremendous progress in the industry. With the kind of technology we have now, I believe Nollywood has a very far distance to go positively”.