- Comedian Emmaohmagod recently went bald as he debuted a new hairstyle
- The comedian then shared a video showing his daughter Feranmi's reaction to his hairstyle
- Feranmi was scared and she told her dad that she does not want him
Comedian Emmaohmagod recently took to his official Instagram page to share his daughter Feranmi's reaction to his new hairstyle and it got people talking.
The comedian, who used to be on afro, cut his hair so low that one could see his scalp. In fact, in the video he shared online, his scalp was shining.
The comedian had his haircut in his house and while the barber was cutting, his daughter sighted him and ran to the bedroom where her mum was.
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The adorable girl was seen crying as she told her mother that she is scared of her dad. According to her, she does not want 'this daddy.'
When Emma eventually finished and went to meet his wife and Feranmi, the young girl was really scared as she cried more.
The comedian tried to talk to her that he was the same person and it was just a hair cut, but she was not convinced as she cried with her hands stretched out to mean that she does not want him close to her.
Watch the video below:
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The comedian's fans had something to say as they took to his comment section to air their thoughts about his daughter's reaction.
Read some comments below:
"Next time you go take permission from small madam before you proceed."
"Why pikin no go fear your head. Even my phone no gree load wella. Emma oh my head."
"The baby confuse. Daddy why now."
"Ehyah! Let it be. After some time she'll adjust. Is it not Feranmi again? She'll soon realise her daddy just cut his hair. Next time carry her along."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that comedian Broda Shaggi responded to a man who said he was not funny.
A Twitter user called Irunnia said 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.
Shaggi, in a joking manner, asked what he did to the Twitter user that made him make such a statement about his skits. According to him, Irunnia wants to scatter his source of livelihood.
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Source: Legit Newspaper