Popular Nigerian comedian cum actor, Adebowale Adedayo professionally referred to in entertainment industry as Mr Macaroni has recounted how he battled serious depression and how he was able to get over it.
Mr Macaroni through his official Twitter account gave an account of his predicament, stating that he once went through some moments of depression in his life back then in 2017 and 2018.
The humourous actor who was recalling how he walked his way out of adversity to success to his fans on verified Twitter maintained that he was experiencing depression at the same time he was expelled from the university.
“I was dealing with depression in late 2017/2018, and that was the period I was expelled from university,” the comedian revealed.
From 2018-2019 was another round of depression. I continued hustling for roles again in Nollywood. I have been acting on and off since like 2011”, he stated.
however, Mr Macaroni, revealed that when his depression deepened in late 2019, he started creating and posting content online as he devised an unconventional way to achieve a breakthrough.
Since breaking into limelight recently, the comedian has become a household name in the entertainment industry. He has also featured with several musical videos and different movies.
Mr Macaroni was one of the frontline arrowheads of the EndSARS revolution where youths protested against alleged excesses of Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a unit of the Nigerian Police Force, NPF, in Lagos State.
The irate Nigerian youths stormed the Lagos State Governor’s House on Thursday 8 October and slept at the gate of the government house till Friday 9 October 2020 when the Deputy Governor spoke to the agitators resolve the issue around amicable dialogue.
The humour merchant declared his support for Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, in the last presidential poll.
He, therefore, took to his Twitter account to profess his support for the former Governor of Anambra State ahead of the general election.