- Nigerian comedian, Bello Kreb, has taken to social media share his recent observation among his fellow colleagues
- Bello said that he has noticed how there are now more jokes about men objectifying women
- The funny man then asked if male comedians cannot make jokes without harassing females
Social media has helped a lot of talented people gain recognition on the internet as they showcase their skill to a wide range of audience. Social media has particularly helped people who are truly gifted in the art of comedy to become well-known.
However, the large influx of online comedians has led to many of them making offensive jokes just to be noticed or because of a lack of ideas.
Nigerian comedian, Bello Kreb, recently took to his Instagram page to share his observation about the jokes some of his colleagues make. According to the funny man, he noticed that a number of comedy videos these days have to do with intimacy or harassing females.
Kreb then went further to ask if his colleagues can make videos that have nothing to do with intimacy or harassment of females. He added that comedians should not allow ‘kerewa’ or women be the subject of their comedy.
On a final note, Kreb asked that they all be guided because they are comedians and not intimacy actors.
See his post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that comedian Akpororo showed off his newly acquired SUV on social media.
The talented comedian and singer flooded his official Instagram page with photos of his brand new vehicle. Akpororo appreciated the goodness of the lord in his life and mentioned how God has been faithful to his family through the course of the year.
PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly
HELLO! NAIJ.com (naija.ng) upgrades to Legit.ng We keep evolving to serve our readers better
I will impregnate my house help if my wife doesn't cook for me - Babe De Baba | Legit TV