The sequel to ‘Chief Daddy’, a 2018 comedy-drama produced by Mo Abudu, has sparked a wave of negative reactions on social media.


The movie’s sequel, produced by Abudu in collaboration with Netflix, was released exclusively on the streaming platform on Saturday.

Directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, the film follows a billionaire industrialist who dies after serving as a benefactor to an extended family of relatives, household staff, and mistresses.

The industrialist’s will, however,  creates a saga amongst his families.


The film features several top movie stars including Beverly Osu, Beverly Naya, Dakore Egbuson-Akande, Nedu Wazobia, Chigul, Falz, and Kate Henshaw-Nuttal.

Others are Rahama Sadau, Mawuli Gavor, Funke Akindele-Bello, Shaffy Bello, Zainab Balogun, Joke Silva, Linda Ejiofor, Broda Shaggi, Uzor Arukwe, and Rachel Oniga.

Since the movie was released on Netflix, there has been a frenzy of negative feedback on social media.


Majority of Nigerians faulted the movie’s quality and storyline, arguing that it was below their expectations.

“Chief Daddy 2 is a like a secondary school production where the entire year had to get a speaking role, they don’t know what’s going on, it’s just vibes. And their confused parents are in the audience clapping because they think they’re children will be stars,” a user wrote.

“Chief daddy 2 has to be the worst Nigerian movie I have ever watched,” another user wrote.

A user added: “Chief Daddy 2 2022. This isn’t a review but I can’t believe they used Chief Daddy 2 to welcome y’all to 2022..


“Disjointed, waste of funds, total waste of time N talents.

“Nollywood just proved that they can be bad on Netflix, Dstv N everywhere, no matter the budget.”

But a few other users disagreed, adding that the movie was okay.

“I actually enjoyed Chief Daddy 2,” a user wrote.


Here’s what Nigerians had to say:




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