Nasty Blaq will do well to remember that the internet never forgets

The chain of trends began hours ago when online comedian, Nasty Blaq posted a comedy skit titled “The lockdown has affected my eyes.”

Analyzing the video, a Twitter user @Thevolqx said;

Medical influencer, Aproko Doctor also bared his mind on the trend as he offered advice to the comedian


The video which seemed to trivialize rape had Twitter on fire, particularly because Nasty already has a reputation for churning out content that objectifies women and promotes rape as well as other forms of sexual harassment. Speaking in an interview in 2019 about sexual harassment in his skits, he said, “I feel that females are given preference and people tend to focus only on harassment of women…. I don’t feel we are harassing any girl; we are not harassing anybody. All we do is create content and females are aware and are part of the content. I am not promoting rape or sexual harassment. I can never do that. All I do is for the sake of comedy– for people to laugh.”

Apparently, Nasty maintains the same view to date. However, more interesting than his position on his skits is his Twitter bio, which reads “Nigeria’s No one Finest comedian’. This piece of information led to another series of tweets in which Nigerians lashed out and wondered why the comedian would rank himself number 1 in the face of comedians like Maraji, Taaooma, Lasisi and others who actually take their time to create funny and reasonable content.

Since then, Nigerians have been comparing Nasty to “real” comedians as they drag him thoroughly through the streets of twitter and chose their faves.

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