Comedian Princess Breaks Down in Tears, Slams Colleagues For Not Posting Flyer of Her Upcoming Show
- Comedian Princess is heartbroken and unhappy following the lack of support from her colleagues for an upcoming comedy show
- Princess was forced to make a video on Instagram in which she called out Ali Baba, Gbenga Adeyinka among others who failed to repost promotional materials on their platforms
- The humour merchant broke down in tears as fans, and other supporters flooded the comment section with words of encouragement
Nigerian comedian Damilola Adekoya popularly known as Princess is not entirely happy with some colleagues in the industry at the moment.
A heartbroken Princess was forced to record a call-out video on Instagram in which she lamented the lack of support from her fellow comedians for her upcoming show.
Princess mentioned veteran comedians and senior colleagues Ali Baba and Gbenga Adeyinka among those who failed to put up posters of the show on their Instagram pages.
According to Princess, rapper Vector was also aware of the show and didn’t post anything to support her on his page.
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In a different portion of the video, Princess called out her friend and colleague, Buchi, noting that he has changed since he moved to Lagos Island. She said he never promoted her show on his page as well.
Princess while fighting tears noted that she really misses her friend and late singer, Sound Sultan.
Watch the heartbreaking video below
Social media users react
The comment section was filled with words of encouragement from fans and supporters of the comedian.
Read some of their messages to her below:
"Calm down! You can’t be sad or depressed before your show, you need to be in high spirit ooo!"
"lf you put your hope and trust in God the Sky will be your testimony."
"Mama... You don't need to be down.. The show is already a success. Human being will always be like that. Just talk to God that never disappoints. God bless you ma."
ojofunmia o better in this industry honestly, it takes you nothing to support your fellow through your platform, pls let's stop ojuaye and fake love , you don't know this little gesture goes along way, this is not fair."
"My sister stop looking at human to be successful in life, at times it strangers that usually help out. Focus on God Almighty and He will surprise in Jesus Christ name. Amen. Don't worry ur show will be a huge success, just trust God he's a game changer."
Don Jazzy speaks on support for Nigerian musicians
Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that music executive Don Jazzy took to social media to express displeasure over how little Nigerians supports musicians.
According to the Mavin boss, he does not feel good seeing people rolling support for international artistes by following them on social media platforms.
Don Jazzy also pleaded with people to do better by supporting local celebrities so that interesting global conversations can be held.