Mummy Wa opens up on why she stopped playing Mr Macaroni’s onscreen wife
Popular skit maker, Kemi Ikuseedun better known as Mummy Wa breaks the silence on her intention to end her role as an onscreen wife to fellow content creator, Mr Macaroni
After portraying the character for four years, Mummy Wa stated that she contemplated a future beyond her current persona.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, Ikuseedun shared her reasons for considering a change, stating that she constantly seeks new opportunities and endeavours.
Mummy Wa in an interview with Saturday Beats, Ikuseedun shared her reasons for considering a change, stating that she constantly seeks new opportunities and endeavours.
She explained, “After four years of playing this role, I always have this feeling that one day I might not be ‘Mummy wa’ anymore. So, I’m constantly brainstorming about other things I can do.”
Mummy Wa and Mr Macaroni. Credit: kemz_mama / Instagram
When asked about her personal life and the possibility of double dating, Mummy Wa, who was previously in a relationship with her colleague Isbae U but experienced a breakup allegedly due to physical abuse, expressed her perspective.
She said, “If it’s a friendship, it’s possible. But when it comes to romantic relationships, I don’t think it’s feasible. There will always be one person who is loved more than the other.
“Personally, I cannot romantically love two people simultaneously. My mind will always be focused on one person, making it difficult for me to think about someone else.”
Furthermore, the skit-maker shared her thoughts on the topic of men paying for transportation expenses on dates.
She stated, “I don’t believe men should pay for a date’s transportation fare. It doesn’t make sense to me. However, there are some men who may not want the lady to experience any inconvenience.
“They might choose to pay as an act of chivalry or if they believe the lady doesn’t have enough money and they want to assist. If the lady is stranded, the guy can offer to cover her transportation fare. Personally, though, I wouldn’t allow a guy to pay for my transport fare on a date.