- Popular OAP Toke Makinwa has become the latest person to feature in comedian Mr Macaroni's skit
- The media woman showed the stuff she was made of when she dashed him a sum of N10m
- Toke told Mr Macaroni to use the money to take care of himself and family
Nigerian comedian Mr Macaroni's recent skit took a new turn and many of his fans and followers weren't expecting it.
The comedian's skit is known to mostly be about him giving out money to women who are well-endowed with physical features. From N300K to N500K, the comedian is known to bless whichever woman he feels like spending on.
However, it was not the same for media personality Toke Makinwa who shocked Mr Macaroni by changing the narrative.
The media woman was making a call when the comedian called out to her. As usual, he asked her to type in her account number.
It seemed Toke was familiar with such kinds of men but she didn't hide her surprise as she asked again if what she heard was correct.
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Mr Macaroni urged her to type her account number on his phone which she did. He sent her a sum of N300k but she didn't act happy.
"What am I supposed to do with that? Should I put petrol in my car? Give my driver for the weekend or maybe change my tyres," she asked the comedian as he looked on in surprise.
Toke went on to tell the comedian to put his account number. He grudgingly did that to see how much she would send to him.
The media personality transferred a sum of N10m to the comedian and asked him to change his car as it is due for an upgrade. Toke also told Mr Macaroni to use the money to take care of his wife and kids and stop running after young girls.
According to her, he needs the money he gave her more than she did.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians reacted as Ooni of Ife featured in Mr Macaroni's new skit.
In the new skit that has received commendations, the monarch used the opportunity to promote the Yoruba tradition of respecting elders.
Oba Ogunwusi preached on the need to kneel down or prostrate for elders as a sign of respect.
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