- Social media made comedian Mc Anthony is the latest skit maker to buy a car as he uploaded photos of it via his timeline
- The comedian also shared a video of the moment he drove the car to his mother's house, where she blessed it
- Nigerians have since reacted to the video as many said they don't know him, while others vowed to consider taking a career in comedy
It appears comedy and online skits could be the next goldmine as many Nigerians are now considering joining the likes of Mr Macaroni, Lasisis, Taaooma, among others, to make a name and create fortunes for themselves.
This comes after a skit maker and comedian Mc Anthony took to social media to share photos of his first car, an Acura.
Mc Anthony also shared the moment he drove the new car to his mother’s house for her to pray and bless it.
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Nigerians hail Anthony
While many have taken to the comment section to congratulate Mc Anthony over his new ride, others said they do not know who the skit maker is.
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"My gee God bless you more #we move ✈️."
"Congrats to him. This one na comedy money."
"Truly comedy money on dis one lol... congratulations to him."
"Nobody wan give person updates naa to Dey post success up and down."
"But who be Mac Anthony ? . Anyways congratulations to him."
"Since the car isn't benz people are not criticising him."
"Who be this one again?"
"Be like say I go start dis comedy & skit levels ohhhhNa all of dem dey biza biza."
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"Na this one be skit money Congratulations."
Fredrick Leonard wants use of body spray to be made a law
In other news, popular Nigerian actor Fredrick Leonard called for a law against anyone that refuses to use body sprays or deodorants in the country.
Fredrick, in a post he shared via his Instagram page, said body spray be made compulsory for anyone whose job is tedious or requires them to move around.
The actor said there was no excuse for anyone not to possess a deodorant as he noted that there are cheap and affordable ones irrespective of the size of one's income.