“Mark Angel Makes $300K Monthly”: Ali Baba Reveals, Speaks on How He Makes So Much Money

“Mark Angel Makes $300K Monthly”: Ali Baba Reveals, Speaks on How He Makes So Much Money

  • Veteran Nigerian comic Ali Baba recently made a stunning revelation about how wealthy comedians are
  • He revealed while on Nedu Wazobia's Honest Bunch that Mark Angel is one of the richest comedians in Nigeria, if not the wealthiest
  • Ali Baba shared with Nedu how Mark Angel earns $300k monthly from Facebook and YouTube, and he doesn't look it at all
  • Legit.ng in response to Ali Baba's recent comments while he was on Nedu's show, reacted to him for a chat about the growth of comedy in Nigeria

The godfather of Nigeria's comedy, veteran comic Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, better known as Ali Baba, was recently on a show where he made a stirring revelation about the young comedian Mark Angel.

During an interview with Ndeu Wazobia's Honest Bunch, Ali Baba revealed that Mark Angel is one of Nigeria's wealthiest comedians.

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Ali Baba reveals how much Mark Angel marks monthly from YouTube and Facebook
Ali Baba calls Mark Angel Nigeria's richest comedian and reveals how much he makes monthly as a comic. Photo credit: @thehonestbunch/@markangel
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Ali Baba stated while on the show how much Mark Angel makes monthly from YouTube and Facebook and how this comfortably puts him in the same bracket as American comics regarding wealth.

Mark Angel makes $300k monthly - Ali Baba reveals

The veteran shared with Nedu and his gang that Mark Angel makes $300,000 (N271m) monthly.

Ali Baba stated during the show that he finds it funny when some people find it hard to believe that Mark makes so much money, and he doesn't look it one bit.

Watch the interview below:

See reactions that trailed the revelation about Mark Angel's wealth

Here are some of the comments that trailed the revelation Ali Baba made about Mark Angel:

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@Maher_Analytics:

"He's one of the top earners in Africa...p."

@thePRcaptain:

"Na because e no dey flaunt money like them other naw. Nigerians na who show off dem dey always think say get money pass."

@fearthe_beardz:

"Ali Baba invented monetization of Comedy Business in Nigeria so if he's speaking on the business i would be handing my notes."

@LupinIkenga:

"It’s because he doesn’t flaunt his wealth like Ndi ofe mmanu."

@DeReal_Francis:

"300k dolls over exaggerating.... For a year maybe not a month."

@fourthousandvy:

"Mark Angel's success is inspiring, whether it's millions or not. He showed the world what Nigerian comedy can do."

@DiemWears:

"Me sef been no sabi say him get that much money o."

@TheManAfricano:

"I have no doubt he makes a lot of money, but definitely not 300k. That is exaggerated."

@Govmentson:

"He doesn’t act or behave rich!! The guy just remained low key."

@supercooldjsavy:

"Mark Dey disguise Wetin no nice."

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"Stand-up comedy is going nowhere," Ali Baba says

After his recent comments on Nedu's show about Mark Angel, Legit.ng reached out to Ali Baba. During our conversation, we asked him if, very soon, skit makers would chase Stand-up comedians away, considering that there seems to be more money in skit making. He said:

"Stand-up is going nowhere. Two truths can co-exist. However, I would love to note that instead of skit makers chasing stand-up, they're rather delving into it because that's where the real money is. Sabinus now has his own stand-up, Woli Agba does, Coach Remote and many others. Like I said, stand-up is going nowhere."

Video of Mark Angel's real estate in Port Harcourt goes viral

Legit.ng recalls reporting when videos of Mark Angel's new real estate in Port Harcourt went viral.

A video sighted online showed the exterior of Mark Angel's alleged estate in Port Harcourt looking exquisite.

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Despite how long the comedian has been in the industry and the money he has obviously made, he chooses to live his life lowkey.

Source: Legit.ng

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Oke-Hortons Nosa (Senior entertainment editor) Oke-Hortons Nosa is a senior Entertainment Editor at Legit.ng. A graduate of Politics and Governance 2016 (KWASU), M.sc MILD (UNILAG). In 2022, I acquired a certificate in Digital publishing and advanced networking skills. I used to be a sports show presenter at KOKO. Previous work experience with Hortielaurieblogspot and KOKO.ng, culminating in over 7 years of work experience. Email: oke-hortons@corp.legit.ng

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