Like Blaqbonez, Sketch Maker Officer Courts Colleagues, Recreates Sabinus, Taaooma, Broda Shaggi and More
- Sketch creator Officer Woos has his fans and followers cracking up in the online community after sharing a new video
- Just like the rapper Blabonez, the comedian also decided to reconstitute the character of his colleagues in the production of the sketch
- Many were spotted in the comments section with hilarious reactions, including Blaqbonez who started the fun trend
It looks like rap star Blaqbonez has inadvertently started a new trend that would see creatives reenact the characters of fellow entertainment industry colleagues.
Days after the rapper dropped visuals for his Back in Uni track, sketch creator Officer Woos released something similar to the hilarious music video.
Unlike Blaqbonez who copied other music stars Asake, Ruger, Ayra Starr, Oxlade, among others, Officer Woos went after other sketch creators.
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The entertainer was spotted in fun costumes familiar with characters Sabinus, Broda Shaggi, Taaoma, and Mr. Macaroni, among others.
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He also completed the rib-cracking video with Blaqbonez’ Back in Uni track.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
Rapper Blabonez was spotted in the comedian’s comments section. He wrote:
“Did you actually borrow their cloth?? I’m deaddddd.”
More comments below:
“Shey are you going to get these clothes from them or how.
“You’re going to collect all their clothes, forget to collect yours.”
“Awwwww wooing you to finish the job.”
“How do you tell them you want to borrow their Madddd clothes.”
“I don’t understand that you are going to borrow these clothes from each of them or Abi how?”
“You’re really going to pick up everyone’s clothes.”
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“This one passes them a character gangan.”
“Egbami So you borrowed their clothes.”
TG Omori defends his profession
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that video director TG Omori had to defend his craft after being called out on social media.
A critic had claimed that the director liked to make his videos cluttered with too many people.
In reaction, Omori said people should let him earn money as some families would feed off the salary.