Nollywood Veteran actress Joke Silva has again debunked claims that her husband, Olu Jacobs is dead
This will be the second time in two years that rumors of the actor’s death will be hitting the internet
However, in an Instastory post she shared, Joke said her husband is hale and hearty and is ‘enjoying himself as always in the comfort of his home.’
“Good day everyone, trust all is going well. The Jacobs clan would love inform you that Papa J(Olu Jacobs MFR) is alive and well. Enjoying himself as always in his home and loved ones.
“To all those who have decided to ignore our last warning regarding fake news kindly prepare for legal action. Singed House Jacobs.”
Meanwhile, like we earlier stated, this is not the first time rumors of Olu Jacob’s death will be peddled online
Joke Silva Again Debunks Claims That Her Husband is Dead
Recall that in 2021, the actress in an exclusive interview debunked the reports and clarified that the veteran actor was enjoying a nice meal at the time.
“Don’t mind them, they’re just talking rubbish; don’t disturb your head. He is in the living room right now about to have Eba and Ogbono soup. Let them keep deceiving themselves. He is hale and hearty”
Earlier in the year, the octogenarian hosted friends, family and colleagues at his 80th birthday party.
Olu jacobs has been away from the public eye for a while now
And this was right after his wife Joke, revealed that her husband Olu Jacobs has been battling Dementia.
Meanwhile Silva for the first time spoke about the health of her husband, Olu Jacobs in a chat with Chude Jideonwo.
“He is dealing with issues and it is been going on for a couple of years. It is known as dementia with lewy body,” she said.
“It is a degenerative disease that affects the brain and it is almost like a Parkinson type of disease, it affects the brain and affects the person.
First time I’m saying this publicly. That is what we have been dealing. But the thing is, it is hard on him because he doesn’t understand what is going on and it is hard on us family members as well,” she added.