Sydney Talker’s popular known as ‘Towel guy’ surprised fans by showing up in lady's wig. Sydney Talker is a comedian and the nickname 'The towel guy' was given when he always appeared wearing towels to dance and make people laugh. The towel guy hails from Edo.
He's an undergraduate at the University of Benin, taking a degree in Computer Science but delighted in videography. He started comedy on Instagram jokingly and became famous. The towel guy is one of the upcoming best comedian as he's looking forward to be like Ali Baba and more of the icons in the industry.
He shared pictures of himself in lady's form with a caption " Content creator deserve more" and fans couldn't stop sending laughing emojis to show that he's doing well on the field he chose to trend.
One of the fans took it upon himself to edit the picture in order to give him a perfect lady's look and he was applauded for a job well done. Sydney Talker is fun to watch as his skits are top notch
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