Skit maker trends for allegedly demanding s*x from women to feature them
Adebayo Ridwan, popularly known as Isbae U or Bae U, is getting dragged on Twitter after alleged chats he sent asking girls for sex for roles were shared online.
The popular skit maker has been accused of demanding sex from women before featuring them in his skits. Any woman who refuses to have sex with him is usually denied the role, it’s been alleged.
According to screenshots of chats the skit makers had with a prospective actress, Bae U had asked her to come over in the night before a shoot was to take place but the unnamed lady declined and told him she would rather come in the morning of the shoot proper.
The s famous skit maker is yet to respond to the allegations.
Why is Bae U sending his prick to random girls on IG just to feature inside skit? pic.twitter.com/94wmtcyuT9
— 🇬🇭 (@FinallyBolu) January 30, 2022
If na your babe bi this ……….forget oo no bi skit Bae U don knack am pic.twitter.com/mD2uYiXM6b
— ijebu lòmoò ✌🏼 (@posiisaiah) January 30, 2022
Meanwhile, The Nigerian Xpress has reported that Singer Falz and skit maker Mr Marcaroni have both rejected the invitation of Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to a peace walk in December following the damages done during the #EndSARS protest against police brutality.
Both of them had led a memorial protest at Lekki toll gate on October 20, 2021.
Mr Marcaroni said in a tweet that genuine peacemaking should begin by first implementing the recommendations of the judicial panel set up to investigate the October 20, 2020 shooting of protesters in Lekki.
He said, “I humbly decline the invitation of Mr Governor. The Government themselves set up a panel. The panel has made recommendations. I believe that genuine peacemaking will begin by first implementing the recommendations of the panel. Then we can begin to trust the government.
“Mr Governor has said it in his speech that to be a Centre of Excellence, we have to be a Center of Truth. Before there can be healing, the government has to be sincere. There must be acceptance of wrongdoings and willingness to correct them.”