Comedian Mr. Funny, Accused of Swindling Event Organizers, Sparks Outrage Online

Accusations Against Comedian Mr. Funny:

Renowned Nigerian comedian, actor, and skit maker Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, popularly known as Mr.

Funny or Oga Sabinus, has landed in controversy after an anonymous woman publicly accused him of pocketing millions without fulfilling his performance commitments.

Social Media Display of Discontent:

The accusatory post, titled “Sabinus scams show organizers of millions, fails to show up on stage to perform at an event,” shared a woman’s frustration about the comedian’s no-show at an event.

The post included a detailed note recounting the incident where Mr. Funny allegedly backed out of a comedy show in Enugu, leaving the audience disappointed.

Allegations of a Repeated Pattern:

According to the woman’s video, Mr. Funny’s failure to appear seems to be a recurring issue, drawing comparisons to a similar scenario involving musician Davido. S

he lamented how the audience waited in vain, only to discover that the comedian had retreated to his hotel room.

Continued Absence of Redress:

The post highlighted an alleged trend where Mr. Funny reportedly accepts payment for performances but fails to honor his commitments.

It was noted that neither has he apologized for his absence nor refunded the event organizers their money, fueling further anger and disappointment among those affected.

Public Responses Amplify Outcry:

The article’s virality prompted others to share their own encounters with the comedian, expressing their discontent and frustration.

Various commenters recounted similar instances where Mr. Funny allegedly reneged on agreements to perform, triggering a wave of disappointment and distrust within the community.

Varied Reactions and Perspectives:

Reactions to the accusations were diverse, ranging from adamant refusal to forgive to suggestions of signed contracts for future collaborations.

While some urged restraint and understanding, others expressed dismay and skepticism, questioning Mr. Funny’s professionalism and commitment to his obligations in the entertainment industry.

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