Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings gives comedian DKB a damning verdict and it’s very shameful | All the details
DKB has carved a niche for him as the King of Comedy in Ghana. He has been hailed for his skills and talents when it comes to stand-up comedy.
But it seems upon all his skills, has not been able to endear himself to all and sundry.Many have also complained of the fall in his much-adored skills.Some entertainment pundits have also complained of his deteriorating talents.
Well, the former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings has jumped into the fray describing DKB as a boring comedian. And his jokes are boring as well.
On a day that DKB was the lead act on a stage shared at different times by other budding comedians, Nana Konadu stormed out of the Accra International Conference Centre unexcited and unconvinced that DKB would shake that audience into a frenzy.
An avid patron of concerts and comedy shows, the former First Lady made her way to the exit as soon as the famous Ghanaian comedian mounted the stage, saying to the hearing of the other patrons seated close by, including this writer,
“don’t mind him, his jokes are boring.”
The snub may have been a dent on DKB’s ego but the comedian did little on the night to disprove the former First Lady’s dim view of his stagecraft.
In truth, he failed to deliver the rib-cracking jokes many patrons expected of him, as the self-acclaimed King of Comedy was vulgar in his jokes which did not elicit a favourable response from the audience.
It was little surprise, too, that during his performance, DKB kept coaxing the crowd that he could not feel the vibe from them.
However, it was a night of real laughter up until the appearance of DKB. Comedians such as Lekzy Da Comic, Jacinta, Acapella from Nigerian and Salvador from Uganda gave good mums of themselves and the audience showed their appreciation with resounding applauses.
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