Ikorodu Bois,a Nigerian comedy group known for recreating and mimicking music videos and Hollywood movie thrillers and other visuals has yet again proved to be a promising comedy group as they recreate a popular Hollywood movie thriller.
The popular,much loved,award winning skit makers,Ikorodu Bois has given the world a topic to talk about again,the group known for using different unique scenes and materials to recreate movie thrillers and music videos has recently thrilled their fans once more by recreating the Fast and Furious 9 thriller.
The group of boys who were nominated for the Nickelodeon kids choice Award has got fans social media users congratulating and praising their creativity,as they did wonders in the thriller,the boys sharing the post on instagram wrote that they are big fans of the movie as they urged fans to help them bring the creation to the attention of some famous actors.
Their caption read:
”we re the biggest fans of #FastandFurious and we re so inspired by this movie.”
The boys known also for recreating the Black Panther and The Extraction movie thriller has grabbed attentions as many fans commented including a handler of the official Fast and Furious movie page, who urged them to keep going.The comment read:
”The creativity.You guys are what makes Fast a Family.can’t wait to see what you do next”
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