Ghanaian taxi driver turned comedian popular known as Eventuarry has caused stir after attracting the attention of Nigerians
Popular comedian Eventuarry has got celebrities and social media users talking after attracting the attention of Nigerians.
According to Nigerian singer Runtown and some other celebrities, Eventuarry is a very funny comedian.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Runtown and a host of other celebrities expressed their admiration for the comedian via comments.
After a Nigerian blogger posted a video of Eventuarry cracking jokes, Runtown and others took to the comment section to admit that the comedian was funny.
@runtown wrote one common phrase often used by the comedian: "You don’t know about it!"
@domingo_loso claimed Eventuarry is funny: "This guy's laugh is contagious. You don't know about it, when you do you'll know about me, chale we know about you, no worry you don blow. Akulated."
@markotabor expressed her admiration for the comedian: "His laughter is priceless, you can't get it anywhere except from him... confident in talking a whole lot of crap!"
@mzadapearl recollect some words said by the comedian: "Why can I interfers myself, I can’t interfers myself, somebody will interfers of me. It will be annoyeded of me."
@feyi_bam had this to say: "Your waist is a cutie someborri should beg him to come Instagram ooooooo."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that the comedian is not only popular in Ghana but in Nigeria too.
After a video of him speaking a rather funny English went viral, the taxi driver based in Takoradi has become popular.
One of his words 'eventuarry' has become the name that most people call him with as he has been trending over the period.
Now a brand ambassador, the taxi driver has turned himself into a comedian as he has dropped more funny words.
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