Social Media Roundup: How Bovi is breaking the bro code

by | Sep 20, 2019

Ahead of his 40th birthday coming up on September 25, Nigerian comedian Bovi decided to prank his friends, “just because.” Bovi who has now released two out of the eight prank videos he promised enlisted the help of his wife to trick some of his close friends.

Watch the videos below.


Bro code broken


“It will end in tears”

Other reactions


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YCEE vs Tinny Entertainment

On Tuesday this week, Tinny Entertainment CEO Timilehin Arokodare popularly known as Tinny took to Instagram to celebrate his label’s crossing of the 100 million music streams milestone.

Reacting to Tinny’s post, former Tinny Entertainment artiste Ycee revealed that none of the artistes that contributed to the streams were paid by the label, among other things. Read it below.

There’s more

Check this


Other reactions

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Asamoah Gyan is going to India

Ghanaian professional footballer Asamoah Gyan is joining the India Super League as he heads to the Asian country to play for NorthEast United on a free transfer. The former Ghana national team captain formerly played for Turkish Super Lig side Kayserispor.


Other reactions

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MC Oluomo in UNILAG

Earlier this week, the photo of an event banner said to be organised by the National Association of Geography Students, University of Lagos (UNILAG) chapter was making rounds on social media.

Apparently, the organisers of the event invited chieftain of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) in Lagos Musiliu Akinsanya popular called MC Oluomo as a special guest. Now, since MC Oluomo is generally regarded as a “tout”, the banner as expected, caused an uproar on social media.

Fun fact;


Oh well

What did you expect?

A long-term political play, maybe?

Other reactions


Titilola Oludimu
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