Moments after welcoming his newborn daughter Circe, comedian YY has been on the headlines for the past few hours. Amid the thrilling moment, the Churchill Show creative whose real name is Oliver Otieno also saw it wise to have some interactive session with his online fans.
Alongside other exciting questions that fans inquired from the comedian, one of them has really attracted attention online after a fan asked YY his most embarrassing moment ever on the Churchill Show stage.
Well, YY did not shy off from narrating the turn of events on that fateful day; according to the comedian, he had once performed on stage with his trouser zip wide open.
"Performed with my zip open, ladies really enjoyed the view." The comedian confessed.
Apparently, YY has worked at Churchill Show for over ten years since his debut in 2012. According to you, what embarrassing moment have you ever experienced in public? Share your reactions on the comment section below.
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