Valentines comedy special thrills lovebirds


The Other Guys Comedy Special, which was held at the National Museum’s Little Theatre on Saturday, turned out be a great success.

The show titled Where is my Valentine, proved to be a thrill to comedy lovers as the three comedians unleashed their funny jokes.

The show kick started with romantic and sweet melodies from talented signers, Koketso and Moroba. Koketso paved the way for the comedians as he intrigued the audience with beautiful love songs.  The duo sung appropriate songs for the occasions, bringing those who attended the show as couples closer together, while singles listened to the melodies attentively.

Singing Chris Brown and Jordan Sparks, No Air the duo brought intimacy to those who brought their spouses along, while others cheered the duo, in appreciation of their skills. Moroba’s beautiful voice stole the audience’s hearts. Singing the late diva, Whitney Houston’s song I Wanna Dance with Somebody, Moroba livened up the mood inside the intimate Little Theatre. The duo’s performance blew the audience who came in numbers away.

One of the funniest comedians Charles Manase made the audience laugh with his jokes, which included jokes on why he hates Valentines. “I hate Valentines because it is a day where a woman will keep on demanding that you give her something. You move from this lady to that one all they say is please give me something . I ended up giving this young girl AIDS because she kept insisting that I give her something, am lying,” he joked.

He talked of how he hated the day because it was filled with fake roses, understaffed teddy bears, and cards with ringing tones like old Nokia 3310 phones. He also joke about single women saying that Beyonce betrayed them with her song, Single Ladies, which they still dance to today while she went and married a multimillionaire and made a lot of bucks out of them. Charles made jokes about both married couples and those who were not yet married. The house roared in laughter as he made jokes on lovers.

Bambino made a splendid entry with his Italian famous song La Bamba displaying funny dance moves. He continued saying that women were funny as they could just fall for a guy because of his accent. He displayed how different tribes and races show affection towards a young woman.  He said Kalangas cook ledelele vegetable for their woman to prove their love or put phane worms in between papa (maize meal) and feed them. He however pointed out the art of rolling the papa needed attention and creativity to make it enticing. Tulani Tau who closed the show also thrilled the audience with his funny jokes. His entrance song was Nelly and Kelly Rowland’s Dilemma, which he sung for many females in the audience.

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