AY slams fan who called Ali Baba a Yahoo man for selling N1m show tickets

AY slams fan who called Ali Baba a Yahoo man for selling N1m show tickets

In Nigeria, comedy seems to be a thriving profession as comedians charge a high amount for fans to watch them perform.

Well, a Nigerian fan seems to be fed up with the high billings of some comedians that she asked funny man Ayo Makun better known as AY, to speak with veteran comedian Ali Baba, about his high show prices.

AY slams fan who called Ali Baba a Yahoo man for selling N1m show tickets

AY and Ali Baba
Source: Instagram

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According to the fan identified as @queen_ofure5 on Instagram, no regular or legitimate earner can afford Ali Baba’s overpriced shows. She added that Ali Baba himself is a Yahoo man for selling tables at his events for N1 million and above.

AY was not a bit impressed by Ofure’s opinion and he told her to mind her business and not complain on behalf of people who can afford it.

See their exchange below:

AY slams fan who called Ali Baba a Yahoo man for selling N1m show tickets

AY slams fan who called Ali Baba a Yahoo man for selling N1m show tickets
Source: Instagram

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Obviously not one to be shut down, Ofure replied AY.

She wrote: "queen_ofure5: @aycomedian the same thing with the Yahoo boys, people should mind their business and let them do their things. It is their business why the condemnation from Ali baba and co. Let him criticize the politicians that embezzles peoples money. If the government is good who will do Yahoo."

Nawa o.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian comedian, Akpororo reportedly made his show tickets free due to low turnout at the event.

It was gathered that the comedian had hosted a comedy show at Okomaiko in Lagos on May 4, 2019. However, there was poor turnout even though the funny man reduced the prices for his tickets.

According to reports, the ticket was initially meant to sell for N5000 but it was later reduced to N2000 before it was given out free of charge for people to watch the show.

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