Tag: African Comedy

Ghanaian Food: Jollof Rice Light hearted comedy

When the Entsir brothers got in touch with us via our twitter account (@Me_FiRi_GHANA) and after watching the video you can see why we had to post this. An original medley at its finest all about the trials and tribulations of JOLLOF Rice 😉

If you can relate to the words in the song, PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE, give us a thumbs up loooool

African Comedy: ADot Comedian


Okay so Adot Comedian has been a favourite of ours for some time now. But this sketch right here is a tear ridden affain – of laughter that is.

The funniest big we think is at 1 min 37 seconds. The way Adot shakes his hand and says “can you behave yourself for a minute” loooooooooooooool too much

BIG UP to Sebastian. The editing on this video is top draw Sir. UpShot TV are ones for the present future…

African Comedy: Hilarious Comedy Sketch

So after watching this, the question is:
If the above video made you chuckle, feedback and comment below to let us know which part made you cry with laughter the most. Personally, the beginning when Simply Andy (“old man sitting down”) at the beginnings lips do that shaking movement loooooool

Eddie Kadi in Ghana! Get your tickets NOW

Ghana is set laugh, giggle, cry, chuckle and scream as top UK comedian, presenter, actor, MC and good friend of Me FiRi GHANA, Eddie Kadi is ready to storm Accra live on December 29. As part of Akwaaba UK’s 11th year anniversary celebrations, the Eddie will share the stage with Ghanaian comedians like Bukom Banku, Funny Face, Percy, DKD and others at the Bowl Arenna of Citizen Kofi. Me FiRi GHANA will be behind the scenes bringing to you what people think about GH.

Also performing are, Egypt (UK), Gracious Napa Man (UK), Kwabena kwabena, Ruff N Smooth, Nana Boroo, Wutah, Efya, Trigmatic, Iwan, Mike, Tiffany, 5five.

For those who are not familiar with Eddie here is a little snippet

6 Hours Till Christmas UK Premiere

A very cold and frosty Friday marked the premiere of the blockbuster movie, 6 Hours to Christmas at the O2 iMax cinema in Greenwich, London. The red carpet was rolled out as people eagerly waited to see the main cast Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegebite who flew in from Accra Ghana to greet their fans and the media.

Once the red carpet frenzy was over everyone took there seats to listen to the producer and director Shirley Frimpong Manso and the actors say a few words of thanks. The film was not your typical African black magic, poor camera work and shocking special affects you normally expect, from the off you were gripped by the chemistry between the characters Reggie and Pebbles, not to mention the humor which had the whole auditorium in stitches. The twists and turns came thick and fast, the audience were gasping at each one. The predicaments Reggie found himself in were elaborate and extremely funny. So much so that it threatened to border the unrealistic then the twist of all twists came with put everything into perspective. A well made film was greeted at the end by a rousing round of applause, Shirley should be very proud of her creation and the actors for their execution.

I fully recommend everyone to make sure they watch this film during the festive season. Its sure to bring you some christmas cheer!

Funny prank call. Can you relate to the conversation LOL

Absolutely hilarious.

The “Older brother” needs to receive a grammy for his performance.

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