– Mr Spell Buhari popularly known as Mr Spellz has become the centre of attention again as his old video surfaced on Instagram
– Many people said that those around the man when he was a celebrity never truly cared about him
– In the old video, Mr Spellz in his signature drunk state, mumbled up letters in a funny attempt to spell Maltida
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One of the old videos of Mr Spell Buhari where he put up a funny performance in wrongly spelling some words has generated newer reactions on social media.
In an Instagram post by Tunde Ednut on Friday, June 4, a question about the man’s present location was asked as people wondered how his fame quickly faded out.
Was he never truly helped?
In the reshared clip, he was asked to spell the word ‘Maltida’. What he did was entirely off as he called letters that were a wrong combination.
Among those who commented on his video were people who said that during his fame, people should have invested more in his mental health rather than using him for short gains.
Watch his video below:
His videos are still popular
For an old video, it has over 129,000 views with more than 800 comments. Does that mean his popularity is not a flash in the pan after all?
. compiled some of the reactions below:
“Dey don use this guy money no Dey again everybody run.”
“Oh we left hin in Nigeria we Dey UAR now chai.”
“See the kind hard thing them tell am to spell.”
“The man don finish him talent na dey drop am.”
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Found on the street
Meanwhile, . earlier reported that an unidentified man who sighted Mr Spellz filmed him on camera while calling on Nigerians to once again step in and render assistance to him.
When he was approached, Mr Spellz could not speak properly as the individual asked about his condition. He, however, managed to mention that he doesn’t have money.
In a longer version of the same clip, the good Samaritan and some other unidentified men had organised a plate of food for him.