‘Very soon OAPs go plenty like bloggers’ – Nigerians react about controversial OAPs


    Lolo recently called out Comedienne Princess that her performance on stage is no longer comedy. Photo: Filed
    ‘OAPs‘ is one of the new trend topics on social media in Nigeria at the moment, and it seems that popular Nigerian on-air personalities, Lolo of Wazobia FM, Toolz and Gbemi of Beat FM to thank for it.
    Days ago, Lolo called out Comedienne Princess that her performance on stage is no longer comedy and it’s an embarrassment to female comedians.
    She wrote on IG in a post which she later deleted: ‘Good morning guys! I have some things I’ve always wanted to get off my mind. I totally respect and have absolute faith in the growth of the ‘Stand Up’ comedy industry in Nigeria. But I think Females in this industry have a whole lot of work to do. We’re strong, we are beautiful and we are talented but unfortunately some have allowed ‘pettiness’ ‘rudeness ‘ and downright classlessness, override whatever form of talent they have.
    ‘I’m usually not one to call people out, (especially my colleagues) but at this point, someone needs to talk to PRINCESS the ‘comedian’. Madam, what you do on stage is no longer comedy. You’re still acting after the audience have gone. Your attitude, downright rudeness and absolute ridiculousness on stage is an embarrassment to female comedians.’
    ‘As a so called veteran, you of all people should know that when the joke is no longer funny, it’s time to exit the stage. if you know her, please tell her. Madam, abeg clear road. It’s either you work on your craft and fix whatever psychological and emotional issues you have, or leave the stage. Either way, stop embarrassing us.’
    Fast forward to today, January 25, 2016, Beat FM OAPs Toolz and Gbemi have continued to be in the news for calling out popular Lagos …Read More

    Source:: The NET