(Video) Comedian, Zicsaloma reveals why he started dressing like a woman or cross dressing for his comedy skits KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

(Video) Comedian, Zicsaloma reveals why he started dressing like a woman or cross dressing for his comedy skits

Nigerian comedian, Aloma Isaac Junior, popularly known as, Zicsaloma, has revealed why he maintained dressing or portraying female of characters or cross dressing in his comedy skits. (Read More Here).

He made the revelation during an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Rubbin Minds Show, which is usually showed on ChannelsTv. 

According to Zicsaloma, he says that each time he uses the male characters, people don't find him funny. When he uses the female characters, people find him funny and even funnier. So, he decided to stick with the female characters. 

He says: "I think I was really funnier playing the female character. 
Tiktok really defined what I was going go do. 
Anytime I do the female character, people found it funnier. Maybe because females, I don't know... are generally more dramatic and more extra. 

Taking to her Instagram page, a fast rising busybody, Brenda Uphopho, slammed Zicsaloma, Steve Chuks, Madjohny, etc, who play the female characters in their comedy skits. 

She wrote: "It's odious puppetry and it's gone on for way too long. Mama Tobi, Zicsaloma and co. It's enough. 
Display your craft in your own gender if you can. If you're really that funny, we should get it
With your sub par talent and pedestrian mimicry disguised as entertainment. KMT. 

"Cross dressing comedians. Until you mimic and caricature women in your ridiculous skits before you can "make" it abi? Reinforcing all the behaviour that aren't true to all women, exploiting the all of their expressions. Nobody should tell me it's art o!"

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