SLKomedy’s Comedy Special ‘Teetotaler’ To Debut On Netflix
This is the popular comedian’s debut special on the streaming service.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Netflix comedy special “Teetotaler” by Nigerian comedian SLKomedy is about to premiere.
The happy news was posted online by the well-known sketch creator, Salako “SLK” Oluwaponmile, on April 5, 2023.
He addressed a letter to his mother, thanking her for her unwavering support and explaining his modest upbringing, “My mom always prayed that the world will know my name. It’s been an interesting journey and now here we are! From making my family laugh in my father’s living room somewhere in Lagos, to literally cracking the world up on Netflix!God I see your hand!”
The one-hour comedy special, which is distributed by FilmOne Entertainment, was filmed in Lagos, Nigeria, around the end of last year.
SLK is well-known for his viral funny clips, which frequently include a character named ‘Boda Wasiu,’ who sits in a vehicle and makes bizarre phone calls to celebrities. He utilizes humor to discuss current societal concerns.
He joins the expanding number of Nigerian comedians, such as Kenny Blaq, whose Netflix comedy specials have been bought.
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