- Nigerian comedian Josh2funny has taken to social media with a piece of good news for his followers
- The Instagram skit-maker said he got featured in a Paris-based newspaper
- An excited Josh shared photos of the newspaper page where he was featured
- Fans and colleagues flooded the comic star’s comment section with congratulatory messages
Popular Nigerian comedian Josh2funny appears to be getting accolades for his talent beyond the shores of Africa and this is evident in the recent international recognitions the young man has gotten.
Just recently, the comic star added yet another international score to his belt as he made his way to the page of a Paris-based media outlet.
An excited Josh took to his official page on the photo-sharing app, Instagram, to share the good news with his fans on the platform. According to him, he was featured in a newspaper company that operates in Paris.
Josh added that even though he does not understand the language which was used to pen the feature story about him, he feels good about the feat regardless.
Sharing the post he said: "All the way from Paris, @courrierinter I don’t know what they said about me but it feels good to be in a French News, God is Good, AFRICA TO THE WORLD."
See his post below:
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Several fans and followers were spotted in the comment section congratulating the comedian.
Read what they had to say below:
teezy_papi: "I’m proud of you bro. ❤️✅ Lord knows this is just the beginning. Baba never even start."
bwuackie: "They said you’re part of the flourishing comedians in Nigeria. And basically covered the Don’t Leave Me viral challenge."
favouronah21: If to say u no dulge French class, warris did small news u cannot read.
jideekoshoes: "Josh to the world."
ella_og_: "Finally, something for you to think about."
gloryzeak: "You are going places @josh2funny."
lazyass.cupid: "This recognition is maddddd big ups @josh2funny."
In a related story, the Instagram comedian in an exclusive chat with Legit TV made it clear that he started the Don’t Leave Me Challenge that became viral in the online community.
According to the entertainer, the first video that started the trend came from him. He stated that it was posted on his social media page on Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
"I created the #Don'tLeaveMe not pun itself. So, if you've been doing pun, you can't come out and say you created the challenge,” Josh said.
Dontleavemechallenge: Josh2funny slams comedians who claim to have started the trend | Legit TV