Instagram Comedian Cute Abiola has
uncovered that he makes about N500,000
doing plays on the prevalent photo sharing
The 23-year-old comic on-screen character who is likewise a
Maritime officer noticed that the vast majority of his plays
were propelled by his mom’s character.
“I mirror my folks a great deal in my productions, the
way I dress in my productions is the correct way my
mum looks in the house. I got the highlight I
use in my productions from them; I remained in
Ilorin for a long time. My folks talk like genuine
Ilorin individuals, my dad is an incredibly
I for the most part pick some climaxes from them
to shoot my dramas. “My mum showed me how
to tie head outfit. I cherish my folks so
much, in the event that I was not into parody, I would be
moving textures like my folks; it’s a
beneficial business for them. I implore I get
hitched to a spouse like my mum.
“I spend up to N15,000 month to month on data
what’s more, I make near N500,000 in a month.
In any case, I invest some of it on philanthropy, and
as a big name, I burn through cash on garments.
My folks were no picnic for me when I
was growing up as the first offspring of the
family,” he revealed to The Punch.
The Ilorin-conceived entertainer additionally uncovered
how he used to be baffled at the underlying
organize when he began making dramas.
“I used to cry when I started doing video
skits because I felt I was not getting
enough fame when I was doing it
continuously. But I was not discouraged,
even when some of my extended family
members said I was wasting my time by
doing skits instead of reading my books.
“I was not looking at comedy as a business
venture; I was passionate about it. I get
money from doing musical promotions for
people; I started making money from my
page towards the end of 2017.
“I started comedy during my secondary
school days, with stage drama. My first
stage performance was in 2009/10. When I
started comedy, I couldn’t get help, but
social media helped me showcase my talent
with my skits.
I opened my Instagram page in 2015; I
started by recording 15 seconds videos. I
opened my Instagram page to have fun, but
I was motivated when I saw other people
doing skits. It took me two years before I
gained fame. I did a video to support Bisola
while she was in the Big Brother House
and that was how it got reposted by her
handlers; I got a lot of followers through