Connect with us

Entertainment

He’s a good actor – Fans react as Bobrisky features in first skit (Video)

Published

on

He's a good actor - Fans react as Bobrisky features in first skit (Video) - bobrisky first comedy skit 1

Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Idris Okuneye, better known as Bobrisky has made his first appearance in a comedy skit.

The self-acclaimed mummy of Lagos who often drags skit-makers for interacting and partying with Papaya Ex, featured in ZicSaloma’s short comedy.

Bobrisky took on the role of a disgruntled customer complaining to a tailor played by Saloma’s on-screen character, Sister Equitos.

The influencer acted as a big madam who was unhappy about the type of dress sewn for her by the tailor.

His acting skills in the comedy skit stunned social media users and they lauded him for putting up a good performance.

Watch the video:

In reaction, fine_girl_adora said; But forget cruise. Me i like bobrisky oo 😂😂😂

ivie4614; He or she 😂dey Act 🔥die

ritty.jay.5; He or she try abeag 🔥

checkmaster_101; Werey want go into skit 😂😂😂😂

onome_62; Shim will make a good actress/Actor

lillyemmanuel2; She’s fxxxking dmmmnn good 😍🔥🔥🔥🙌🙌 I love her ❤️

olamsj.a.y; One way no enter market 😂

_____na_omi; Ok she/him don Dey role with skit makers

midejohnson7; This boy dey see James Brown dey do skit this days he wan follow do, this boy too dey jealous same he’s doing with papaya ex, I reject anything dey call shim shame

In other news a Cameroonian man has been arrested in Malawi for removing drips connected to cholera patients at Limbe Health Centre.

Local media reports that the 33-year-old suspect claimed to be a health worker when he visited the hospital at Limbe, in Blantyre last Friday.

He was removing drips from patients without authorisation and it baffled the health officials at the hospital because they did not know who was responsible.

One of the employees said they would put drips on patients but when coming back they would find the drips have been removed and they wondered who was doing this.

“Now these patients are dehydrated and we are understaffed, yet someone is doing something like this,” the health worker said.

Luck eventually eluded him when one of the nurses on duty caught him in the act and he tried to tried to flee the scene.

He was immediately nabbed and subdues as the hospital authorities called the police to come and whisk him away.

During subsequent interrogation, he confessed to being a coffin maker struggling to make sales at his business.

Spokesperson for the Blantyre District Health Office, Chrissy Banda, confirmed the incident but said they were yet to know the intention of the suspect.

Malawi has been hit hard by Cholera which has killed 704 people since March, including 17 people yesterday. The country recorded 21,024 infections since March and currently 860 people are in treatment centres countrywide.

Advertisement
Advertisement