Kenya's youngest comedian, TT Comedian, yesterday shocked Kiss Fm radio presenter Jalang'o after he demanded for an expensive car as a gift on his birthday. TT comedian has attracted the attention of most of his fans by his good sense of humour and boldness.
Jalang'o had plans to host TT Comedian on Monday morning at Kiss FM. He met the young comedian where he wanted to inform his fans of his special Monday guest. It's at this moment that Jalang'o learnt of the young comedian's birthday.
When Jalang'o asked the young comedian what gift he should buy for him on his birthday, TT Comedian hilariously demanded for a V8 vehicle from Jalang'o as a gift on his birthday. He threatened to call the OCS should Jalang'o fail to buy him the expensive car.
TT Comedian was born in 2017 and will be turning 5 years old next Saturday. TT Comedian is currently 4 years old but has the confidence of a 30-year old grown man. His comedy clips are amazing and captivating too.
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Jalang'o was surprised by what the young comedian said. He didn't believe his ears. He went ahead to inform his fans of his plans to host the young comedian on Monday.
The post sparked mixed reactions from netizens. Some of their comments read:
Kilo Bravo28, "This one I can't miss💯🔥🔥."
David Babu, "The boy is a star⭐👏🔥🙌."
Kids Electric Cars Kenya, "Jalas we can organize the V8 for TT."
Auma Verah, "Kesho mpaka niwe ndani, TT Comedy."
Betner Nyamota, "I am this kid's top fan❤."
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