The sequel of Kemi Adetiba’s blockbuster film, ‘King of Boys’, has been released exclusively on video streaming platform, Netflix on Friday.
Adetiba wrote on twitter to announce the release of King of Boys: The Return of the King.
She wrote, “KOB: The Return of the King’ is now live on the Netflix platform only! #KOBArmyX it’s been an honour to stand the line and fight beside you all. Today, we enjoy the spoils of our battle. God bless this day. Even more than He has done others!”
On Instagram, the producer warned viewers against watching the movie on other unsolicited platforms.
Adetiba wrote, “Of all factions, in all countries, of all races, sex and ethic groups and tribes. Let’s go!
“As soldiers, you do the movement a disservice if you watch from any other platform other than Netflix.
“If you’re not watching on Netflix, you’re watching illegally. We don’t move like that and it does nothing for our battle.
“Thank you guys for the honour of both a leading and serving. This is a moment of history. Let’s enjoy every second of it!”
The seven-part series made history as Netflix’s first Nigerian original series.
It stars veteran actress, Sola Sobowale, playing the lead role of Eniola Salami aka Laburu, the ‘King of Boys’ amongst other actors like Richard Mofe-Damijo, Toni Tones, Charley Boy, amongst others.
King of Boys chronicles the story of Alhaja Eniola Salami, a businesswoman and philanthropist with a checkered past and a promising political future was released in 2018 and grossed over 200 million.