Ghanaian social media sensation Mr Eventuary has lost his Instagram account hours after he parted ways with his manager Theophilus Arthur a.k.a Theo Wade.
Real name Patrick Mensah, his social media accounts, including Instagram (@eventuary_) was being managed by Theo Wade, sources tell PlugTimes.com.
The Instagram account has been changed to @laughoutloudafrica following their fallout and all contents relating to Mr Eventuary have been deleted.
Before the account was renamed, it had 76.6k followers, however, after 24 hours, it has reduced to 76.5k followers.
It also follows Mr Eventuary‘s well-received trip to Nigeria where he entertained an electrifying crowd at ‘The Oxymoron of Kenny Blaq’ show.
First Flight Outside Ghana
Mr Eventuary made his trip by air outside Ghana earlier in the morning of Sunday, July 28,2019.
When he arrived at the Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana, he was received with warmth from officers.
He was beaming with smile aboard the flight and was accompanied by his former manager Theo Wade and bodyguard known as Apparche
Mr Eventuary and his team arrived in Lagos, Nigeria later in the day before they were chauffeured to their hotel room inside Eko Hotels and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Rise to Fame
Mr Eventuary, then a Takoradi-based taxi driver rose to fame after a video of him went viral while churning out his signature words including the most popular ‘eventuary’.
Since then, he has had a turn in life — he has been featured in a number of film productions. These include, but not limited to ‘Kasoa Trotro’ by comedian Funny Face. His most recent production is his role as Lawyer Michael Jackson in the popular Ghanaian sitcom ‘Kejetia vs Makola’.
Fallout with Manager Theo Wade
According to 233times, Theo Wade accused Mr Eventuary of attitudinal change and disloyalty.
“I am not comfortable with some of the things he’s been doing. He doesn’t see my value as a Manager; from all indications, I knew this would come but there were a lot of people who told me to be patient so I held on.
“When we went to Nigeria, there were a lot of misunderstanding and when we came to Ghana he started acting up so I had to part ways with him,” he added.