Comedian Broda Shaggi comes for man who says he's not funny

Comedian Broda Shaggi comes for man who says he's not funny

- A Twitter user called Irunnia advised comedian Broda Shaggi to go into full time acting

- Irunnia stated that the comedian is not funny and his skits are unusually long

- Broda Shaggi responded by asking why the Twitter user wanted to scatter his source of livelihood

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Popular Nigerian comedian Broda Shaggi has responded to a Twitter user called Irunnia who said that the comic actor isn't funny.

Shaggi, who is also known as fine boy agbero, took to his Twitter page to also react to the statement of Irunnia.

A few days ago, Irunnia, who describes himself as a funny and controversial content creator, expressed how he feels about the comedian. According to him, Broda Shaggi is funny.

The content creator stated that Shaggi's skits are too long and unnecessary. Noting that he would do better as an actor, he advised the comedian to go into full time acting.

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Broda Shaggi reacts after a Twitter user says he's not funny. Source: @brodashaggi
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Noting that he does not know how to use Twitter, Shaggi, in a joking manner said that he has been depressed for a few days.

He stated that he wants to know what he did to the Twitter user that made him make such a statement about his skits.

According to him, the Twitter user wants to scatter his source of livelihood as he feeds himself and family from the proceeds that he makes from it.

In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a face model Adetutu called out Broda Shaggi over mockery of a lady with tribal marks.

The comedian had shared a video of a make-up artist who completely transformed the face of a lady with tribal marks. Reacting to it, Shaggi said that God will punish the people who invented make-up.

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However, Shaggi’s comment did not go down well with Adetutu, who has gained a reputation for making a case for people with tribal marks.

The young lady condemned the comedian's comment and made it clear that she is mad at him for thinking it is cool to make a mockery of people with tribal marks.

Adetutu noted that people like herself already get mocked all the time and as such, they should be free to make the decision of concealing their tribal marks with make-up.

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