Lol! This might sound funny but Bovi is still bitter over the guy who stole from him back in secondary school and he has a message for him. The super talented comedian took to his Instagram page on Sunday, July 29, 2018, where he shared his bitter experience with the hostel mate who stole from him.
“To that my hostel mate that stole my provision in boarding house when I was in SS1. It’s been 24 years now. I still haven’t forgotten. (My pack of St. Louis Sugar and new can of peak milk). I saved those two through hunger pangs and days and weeks and months of starvation. I wanted to enjoy my last week in school and you robbed me of those rare pleasures.
“Know that I woke up today and remembered and I took off my clothes to commit that crime you did me to the hands of the spiritual. I don’t know you but you know yourself. I consider it as one of the worlds unsolved crimes. Your day of reckoning will surely come. You will see milk and sugar in abundance but you will not be able to drink it. Amen,” he concluded.
Well if your mind is presently prickling you because this description best suits you, let’s just you have to improve your prayer life. Anyways we all know Bovi is one celebrity who writes a lot of epistles on his Instagram and most times they interesting and hilarious.
Bovi pens down emotional posthumous letter to late mum
Back in 2017, Bovi celebrated the posthumous birthday of his late mother by penning down a very emotional letter. The famous comedian wrote an emotional letter which he called “Love Letter to her to mark her birthday.
“Dear mummy, this is my last love letter to you. Today is that your 60th birthday that we planned to celebrate in Dubai. Today is that day we planned to be filled with lots of laughter. The opposite is now the case. I can’t lie to you, we still hurt! I pride myself as one with great understanding but in this matter, I simply cannot understand. To be honest, I don’t want to understand.
“I want to thank you publicly one last time! These are things I had planned to say while staring at your smiling face in Dubai. Dear mum, I thank you for bringing us into this world and sacrificing your best years raising us. I thank you for instilling in us a reading culture. I thank you for teaching us how to cook when we were young. I thank you for teaching us how to pray even when we’re not in the mood for it.
“Thank you for teaching us how to empathize. You told me once that if my being right will take someone’s life, then I should be wrong. ou taught me not to condemn anybody because God our father hasn’t condemned them. In your words, “it’s bitchy to run down someone you don’t even know personally”. You told me categorically “manipulation is witchcraft”. Dear mummy, thank you for taking out time to teach me this. Now I can spot a witch from a mile. And wizards too. I know you don’t like it when I curse but allow this last one abeg. “%#?|€\¥\ €£¥|” It’s been 22 months since you left this crazy world. I need you to know that in these 22 months, not a day has passed that I haven’t paused to reminisce about you and the beauty of you.
“I’m grateful ma! Though I’m injured, I promise you I’m grateful. And I’m sorry too. I appreciate you more than I ever said, more than I ever did, more than I ever showed. Keep resting in peace till we meet to part no more. Love, Bovi,” he wrote.