Wear My Pant: Taaooma Tells Men Who Get Angry When Lovers Wear Their Clothes, Female Fans Hail Her

Wear My Pant: Taaooma Tells Men Who Get Angry When Lovers Wear Their Clothes, Female Fans Hail Her

  • Nigerian comedian Taaooma has got people talking over a post she made on social media about men
  • The skit maker addressed men who are always complaining about the way their lovers wear their outfits
  • Taaooma made a suggestion to the men and a lot of women agreed with her as they took to her comment section to express their thoughts

Comedian Taaooma has taken to her Twitter page to address an issue that has to do with men in relationships.

The comedian stated that such men should stop complaining about how their women wear their clothes and shoes.

According to her, if they are pained, the men should also wear the underwear of their women.

Comedian Taaooma
Comedian Taaooma advises men on social media. Photos: @_taaooma
Source: Instagram

Read what she wrote below:

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"You guys should stop complaining when we wear your clothes and shoes, if it's paining you, goan wear my payint or are married."

Nigerian react


"You can have all my clothes dear."


"Did we buy if for dem."


"Your boxers wasn’t designed for you alone."


"Gbam dear."


"I kuku love there clothes pass."


"It actually looks good on me."


"after una turn me to person wey no clothes again."


"You can have all my clothes dear."

Taaooma can't be great at stand-up comedy

One of the hardest form of comedy which tests your creativity as a comedian is stand-up comedy and most, if not all of the veteran acts we have today, started out this way. Comedy has however taken another dimension seeing as there is a handful of skit makers on social media making it seem like an easy job with the way they deliver.

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Legit.ng asked its readers to share their opinions on why they think these popular skit makers would be great or not at stand-up comedy.

While a small number of people think that some of these skit makers would make great stand-up comedians, others ruled them out, saying they are just content creators.

Onyedikachi David Ugo said:

"Not all Skit comedians, can be a stand up comedian. But 90 percent of stand up comedians can also do Skit."

Source: Legit.ng

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