AY Makun Gifts Disappointed Dubai Fan VIP Ticket to the Premiere of His Movie
AY Makun is letting the world know that his fans are super important to him and he doesn’t take his relationship with them lightly.
Today, the comedian took to him Instagram to celebrate the Nigerian female fan based in the UAE who travelled a distance just to take a selfie with him.
In case you missed the story, AY has a messy exchange on Instagram with the fan after he accepted to meet up with her and her friends at the Armani Hotel in Dubai but NEVER did. The ladies apparently travelled from Sharjah to Dubai just to meet the 45-year-old entertainer and were even insulted by Nigerians who labelled them ‘jobless.’
Now AY is putting it out there that , despite the drama, he appreciates the lady for being a true fan.
Taking to his Instagram, Makun revealed that the reason for his absence at the hotel was because he had to be in another location for the shoot of The Wedding Party 2. He also added that he thinks celebrities are easily judged by the public, noting that sometimes they may not be in the mood to be social.
He concluded by gifting the lady a VIP ticket to the premiere of his new movie, 10 Days in Sun City set to premiere in June.
@precious_mabelicious I CELEBRATE YOU Please do not allow @instablog9ja and some of those career killing commenters come between us. Who am I not to be readily available for a selfie with you? I only felt bad about you passing judgement on me without knowing that I had to leave Armani Hotel in Dubai to be on another location for ‘The wedding Party 2’ shoot. God willing when next I am in Dubai I will make the same miles you travelled to make it up to you and your friends. Kindly ignore all the negative comments about you being described as ‘jobless’ on the blog. I have come to realise that people will always talk about you, either for good or bad, what is important is the content of your heart. I am fully committed to loyal and true fans like you. The more fans we have the more popular we become in the business. So I have every reason be as nice as possible to people like you who made us become what we are by attending our shows, seeing our movies and supporting all creative endeavours. But lets also quit passing quick judgement on celebrities. We must also understand that sometimes celebrities have bad days and don’t feel like being social. Famous people are human too, and they’re not always in the best mood. However, being congenial is pretty much part of our job, so we’ve got to at least avoid treating our fans terribly. Trust me to improve on myself…. And if you are in Nigeria on June 17, I do have a VIP Invite for you to be at the premiere of 10 Days In Sun City. (Enough selfie with me and the bigger stars that will make your day). One Love! Note: Those of you who think my number one fan is jobless… DM her for your Dubai Employment Visa (if una get work like her una go comment less).
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