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‘My new baby’ – Zicsaloma flaunts his latest brand new benz

Skit maker, Isaac Aloma Junior popularly known as Zicsaloma has gotten himself a luxurious car to mark the beginning of a New Year, 2023.

Sharing the good news on his verified Instagram page, Zicsaloma shared photos of the beautiful ride and captioned it: “My New Baby.”

His post has generated lots of congratulatory messages from fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry.

It would be recalled that late 2022, Zicsaloma bought himself a beautiful mansion in Lagos to mark his birthday.

 

The excited Funny Man shared the good news on his verified Instagram page on Monday, October 7, 2022 where he also asked friends and fans to credit his bank account so he would have a memorable birthday.

“Happy birthday to me❤️🎂. 2nd Slide is a gift to myself. Please feel free to send in gift and ask for aza,” he wrote showing off his newly acquired house.

His post followed with loads of congratulatory messages from fans and colleagues of Zicsaloma.

The comedian had earlier recalled how he came into comedy by chance, and not something he had planned out.

He also added that he was much more interested in his music career, but it happened that his comedy part got more acceptability from the public.

“It just started. It was not something I ever planned. It just started. There was a day my mum brought her old clothing’s, all those her church caps, I just decided to wear one of the caps, and I just flipped the wrapper over, then I now did a talking video, talking like a church woman, and when I posted one day on my Facebook page.

people started laughing and sharing; and I was asking myself, ‘Is this thing really funny?’ They were like do more, do more, do more, and that was how skits started. And this was in 2017.

“I’m professional singer before people now knew me as a comedian. If you followed my journey, you would know I have been in some music reality shows like Idol, The Voice.

I was doing relatively well. Like they say, some things would just come and take over, and I started doing comedy, and people were really accepting the comedy part of me, and that was how it blew up.”

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