Chinedu Ikedieze is getting his Aki memes minted as NFTs

Nollwood actor, Chinedu Ikedieze is about to be the first Nigerian entertainer with his own NFT.

He recently confirmed that the popular memes of his beloved film character, Aki will be minted into non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

NFT’s are digital assets which could be videos, pictures, audio files or in this case, memes.

The multiple award winning actor took to his Instagram to make the announcement and also thank his fans.

He posted,

“Hello beautiful people! Now you have a chance to own some of the widely popular Aki memes minted as NFTs. These NFT memes are available at – opensea.io/assets/akimemes. Buyers will get a personalized video message from me. Part of the proceeds will go towards various charitable causes across Africa. Thanks for the patronage”

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Back in the early months of 2019, Aki memes flooded the internet and social media. The memes of Aki and his onscreen brother, PawPaw (Osita Iheme) went absolutely viral. The duo broke through in the 2002 film, Aki na Ukwa. In the film, the duo play Aki and PawPaw, brothers who cause complete chaos in their home, in their school, and basically in their whole village. Launching the acting careers of both actors.

Iheme and Ikedieze often assumed to be teenagers but are actually in their 40s, are well known for their theatrical over-acting and mischief. One viral meme shows Ikedieze starstruck by a girl’s beauty, while another depicts Iheme taking sips of beer while exaggeratedly expressing his satisfaction.

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The over-the-top nature of these memes and short videos made them an instant hit on the internet and social media. They became the widely accepted way to react to tweets and threads.

Ikedieze will now mint his own version of these memes.

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