Nothing Is Easy about What I Do but God Keeps Me Going, Comedian Bae U Says in Tweet Chat with Legit NG

Nothing Is Easy about What I Do but God Keeps Me Going, Comedian Bae U Says in Tweet Chat with Legit NG

- Legit NG recently hosted skit maker, Bae U, for an exclusive tweet chat

- The comedian answered questions about his career, personal life and what keeps him motivated

- Bae U also had some interesting disclosures about his relationship status and getting heartbroken in the past

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Sensational comedian, Adebayo Ridwan Abidemi aka Bae U, was recently a guest on Legit NG’s Twitter live chat session and he had a lot to share with his fans.

The comic star who has over 400k fans on Instagram and Twitter is a thorough Lagos-bred who had most of his educational background in the centre of excellence.

Nothing Is Easy about What I Do but God Keeps Me Going, Comedian Bae U Says in Tweet Chat with Legit NG
Comedian Bae U holds tweet vhat with Legit NG. Photo: @isbae_u
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"I was brought up on the mainland (Ebute Metta) with my extended family,schooled at philomena and Nusirat Folashade primary school, secondary at igbobi college , and my tertiary at yabatech"

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Interestingly, his career as a thriving comedian did not come as a coincidence. Bae U disclosed that he had always nurtured the idea of being an entertainer. The comedian said he gave music a shot before he delved into acting.

When asked about how he developed an interest in acting, here's what the comic actor had to say:

Answering a question about the most difficult part of his job, he highlighted areas such as scripting and casting.

See his response below:

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Bae U also gave credit to God almighty for helping him get through the challenges of the job.

When asked about the lucky lady in his life, the comedian simply gave a funny response.

He, however, admitted to suffering heartbreak from past relationships.

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The comedian also gave a scoop into his plans for the future.

Finally, here's what Bae U had to say for upcoming acts in the industry.

Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that social media was set abuzz with the news that hilarious Nollywood actor Sir Kay Kamoru is skit maker, Bae U's father.

A lot of people found the news exciting as the actor is notorious for slangs in most of his movies. Many were quick to attribute the comedian's talent to his superstar father.

Source: Legit Nigeria

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