Few moments ago, Popular Nigerian Skitmaker, Actor and Citizen activist, Adebowale Debo Adedayo known professionally as Mr Macaroni took to social media to share some throwback photos from his NYSC days.
The talented Skitmaker shared the photos on his Official Facebook page today being Friday the 12th day of May, 2023 and he accompanied it with a caption which read: "IDAN at NYSC 2019 to 2020", he wrote and it stirred massive reactions from fans, viewers and followers with many taking to the comment section to react.
In the above photos, Mr Macaroni could be clearly spotted donning the NYSC uniform and it looks absolutely amazing on him. Mr Macaroni is currently one of hottest prospect in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry, he came into prominence some couple of years back after one of his skit went viral on social media and ever since then, he has managed to carve a nitch for himself and also cement his place as one of the most sought after entertainer in Africa.
He started his career as an actor in Nollywood before venturing into creating comedy videos. Macaroni's skits feature veterans of the Nollywood and Nigerian Entertainment Industry like Jim Iyke, Bimbo Ademoye, Kie Kie, Juliet Ibrahim, Broda Shaggi, Lateef Adedimeji, Sola Sobowale, Falz, Mr P, Mr Funny aka Sabinus, amongst others. He's really good at what he does and he's not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. Below are screenshots of some of the reactions from the general public.
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