Some hours ago, comedian Ali Baba slammed American model, Amber Rose, with strong provoking remarks comparing her to Oprah Winfrey.
The self-acclaimed comedy godfather dissed Amber for posting a meme on social media about actor John Okafor, AKA Mr. Ibu. Apparently, the model was insinuating that Mr Ibu wasn’t her type of sugar daddy but the kind of men that wants her.
In a swift reaction to that, Comedian Ali Baba took it upon himself to call out Amber Rose for daring to make jest of a Nigerian actor.
According to the comedy merchant;
“There are some women who we sooooooooo love, for their brains, beauty, empowerment of women, their business acumen, generosity, dress sense, awesome body, their struggle, their story, education of the girl child, international reputation and their inspiration of both men and women, black and white, tall and short… Then there are some, who nobody wants their daughters to be like. Except when she done finally enter market.
These second type can only inspire their kind. And much as we like them from a distance, we always strongly believe that any man that is with them may not be totally alright. Sadly, these type of ladies, think that they are every man’s dream. Could be true though. Because if you put it to vote, the men who will love Oprah Winfrey will most likely be responsible men. Or men with a target to be with a woman who influences them on their way to being responsible.
The men that will like the other one in the posted picture… You know NA… As my people say, person wey them pray for no make am NA the one wey them curse? She even get mind Yabb Mr IBU… Make UNA tag her make she SEF see comparison. Opio wey dey claim hero,” he wrote.
After Ali Baba’s post, it was continuous arguments on his comment section, as most of his followers were of the opinion that he went too far with his comparison and blind to the humour Amber was trying to pass while others were in support of his verbal attack on the Amercian star for sending a hate message to the Nollywood actor.
Since the meme wasn’t for him after all, do you think the stand-up comedian went too far with his reply?