- Bridget Bema is what most would refer to as a comedic genius
- Her art is not forced and it is purely relatable
- The young comedienne made a video based in a school surrounding and had no idea the world would fall in love with it
- After becoming a sensation in Nigeria, the young girl appeared on BBC for an interview
There is a prayer a lot of people have been chanting for days now and it goes:
“God of Larry Madowo, Bridget Bema, Flaqo Raz and Elsa Majimbo, please remember me.”
Why? You may ask. Well, because 2020 was perfectly made for those four as they have seen nothing but blessings fall on their laps.
Bridget who had started her comedic act way back in 2019 had a big break towards the end of 2020.
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One of her videos went viral and she suddenly became the face of true, authentic comedy.
Just one act and she was an international sweetheart and a source of inspiration. Call her the Kenyan Emmanuella.
The little lady who happens to be comedian YY’s sister was tracked down by media giant BBC and guess who got to interview her? None other than brother dearest.
YY was the first to announce that his hardworking sister had been recognised and he had been given the rare chance to ask her about how her love for comedy started.
Bridget was confident as usual and her sweet, innocent side came through as she perfectly answered every query thrown at her.
This girl is definitely on fire so watch this space guys, she is bound to do great things.
As previously reported by Legit.ng, Bridget had a lot of people in stitches when she unleashed a new video of her school shenanigans.
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Like the naughty kid she is, the comedienne was recorded kneeling on assembly grounds after her name appeared on every mischief list the teacher held.
Every time the teacher called out pupils who had gone against the rules, Bridget’s name was there, written in black and white.
The tiny skit was the highlight of the month and till date, people still talk about it.
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