A man has taken to Twitter to call out a popular Instagram comedian, Okikidt after he made away with his N150k. He made this call today after efforts to reach the comedian through all possible means have proved abortive.
In his story, he said he and the popular Instagram comedian, who is also friends with Sydney walker, agreed to do a thriller video for a song for a fee of N150k. He paid the money immediately and said he would need the video for a music challenge to promote the song.
After three days of payment, he tries contacting the comedian again on Instagram to remind him of their deal and also ask for the progress of the work. He was consistently snubbed by the comedian as he refused to ret his text or pick his calls.
They agreed on today, being Friday to get the video but as at this moment, the Comedian have refused to answer his texts, his Dm or his calls. He felt the only way to do this was to call him out on social media to see if it would get him to pay him back his money.
Below are screenshots of his story and also evidence of payment. Kindly follow this page for more Gist.
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