Popular Nigerian skit makers, Sabinus and Tomama, recently trended on social media over their latest activity
The social media comedians were spotted getting wedded traditionally in a funny skit video that got netizens talking
A number of social media users could not help but laugh as they reacted to the countenance of the bride and groom in the video
Popular Nigerian skit makers, Sabinus and Tomama, have caused a buzz on social media over their ‘traditional marriage’.
Both of the social media comedians were spotted getting married traditionally in a funny skit video that had netizens laughing.
In the clips posted online, the ‘couple’ was seen seriously frowning at each other during the ‘wedding’ proceedings and many wondered if they were forced to ‘tie the knot’.
However, in the caption of the video shared on Tomama’s page, the comedienne noted that her marriage will last. She wrote:
“My marriage would last in Jesus name @mrfunny1_ one step at a time.”
See the ‘wedding’ video below:
Sabinus however seemed to disagree. According to him, the ‘marriage’ will only last for two days. He wrote:
“This marriage no go reach 2days @datwarrigirl You better no near my house.”
Fans roll with laughter as they react to videos from Sabinus and Tomama’s ‘wedding’
The videos from the skit amused a number of netizens as they reacted to how Sabinus and Tomama were acting toward each other.
Read some of their comments below:
“Them no suppose bless this marriage because e no go last Make una no waste blessing.”
“Waste of Attire and decorations.”
“This particular marriage no fit last.”
“This marriage no go last pass the wedding ceremony.”
“Na by force to marry?”
“Who is forcing who.”
“Marriage never start una don dey give unasef bad eye, ok oh.”
” wat is this na by force to marry.”
Sabinus screams in fear while walking across canopy bridge in Lagos
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Much-loved Nigerian skit maker Mr Funny also known as Oga Sabinus is trending on social media over a video from his visit to a conservation centre in Lagos.
Sabinus, who had bragged about his bravery at the beginning of the video, chickened out when it was time to walk on the rope bridge.
A clip showed him creating a scene on the canopy walk as he repeatedly prayed to his maker to come to his rescue.