Hosts Of The “OffAir” Show Gbemi & Toolz, Make Shocking Revelations About Skit-Makes Visit to VP Osinbajo

Hosts Of The “OffAir” Show Gbemi & Toolz, Make Shocking Revelations About Skit-Makes Visit to VP Osinbajo

The “OffAir” show, Media Personalities, Gbemi and Toolz discuss the “skit makers” visit to vice president Yemi Osinbajo and the reactions it caused on social media

We recall that Social media users descended on some young skit makers who paid a courtesy visit to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

The Vice President on Wednesday, November 3, paid host to the team of young skit practitioners at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The delegation, which came under the aegis of the Nigeria Skits Industry Awards (NSIA), was led by its promoter, Bimbo Daramola.

Those on the delegation were Maryam Apaokagi popularly known as Taooma; Josh Alfred (Josh2funny); Ayo Ajewole (Woli Agba); Adebamiro Adeyanju (Mr Hyenana) and Adeoye Adeyemi Elesho (Yemi Elesho)

During the show, the ladies discussed about the controversies surrounding their visits and also share all the naughty confessions and secrets they received from the OffAir Gang and the guys in the studio.

In recent Social media user calls out superstar singer, Tiwa Savage over her alleged neglect of rising female singers, Ayra Starr and Tems in the music industry.

Tems and Ayra Starr have indeed made significant waves in the entertainment industry since their signing to their individual record labels.

According to a social media user identified as @ManLikeIcey, Tiwa Savage has not done much in support of these rising stars, unlike the support Wizkid and Davido gave to other talented singers.

“Tiwa Savage has never acknowledged Ayra Starr and Tems for their current wave, she steadily talks about “women support women”. Wizkid and Davido have acknowledged Rema and Fireboy series of times by the way,” he wrote.

His claim was however faulted by many who claimed that the mother of one actually supported the singers in her own way.

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