Na so the money dey fall like?- Uche Maduagwu
Following the rate at which celebrities acquire new houses and cars, Uche Maduagwu has questioned the source of income of male skit makers.
According to Uche, Ninety-five percent of male skitmakers will exit the country if the The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency is a Federal law enforcement agency (NDLEA) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) focus on the comedy Industry.
The actor also asked if money falls like a rain due to the way skitmakers acquire properties.
HE WROTE: “IF NDLEA AND EFCO FOCUS MORE ATTENTION FOR OUR COMEDY INDUSTRY 95 PERCENT OF NAIJA MALE SKIT MAKERS WHO SHOWOFF EXPENSIVE NEW CARS AND MANSION ON SOCIAL MEDIA GO RUN COMOT FOR NIGERIA.
MY PEOPLE, NOT ALL THAT GLITTER NA PURE GOLD, PERSON GO ENTER SKIT MAKING AND IN LESS THAN 6 MONTHS E DON BUY MANSION, SERIOUSLY? NA SO THE MONEY DEY FALL LIKE?