A very valid question to ask right now is “do these people run their ideas by anyone?”. Whoever Nasty Blaq showed this video to first, did him dirty. However, who do we really blame if not Nasty Blaq?
If you want to know why Twitter is at Nasty’s neck, here’s why…..
This lockdown has affected my eyes pic.twitter.com/1ldEV7VBpG— NASTY BLAQ (@NastyBlaq) April 20, 2020
While the movement is still on calling some comedians to stop sexualizing women for comedy, Nasty Blaq took it to another level.
The video showed no sign of comedic relief, but rather promoted sexual assault and rape. This was way out of line.
Here are a few reactions from Twitter users:
Nasty Blaq, honest piece of advice…— Aproko Doctor™ (@aproko_doctor) April 20, 2020
Jokes that are really funny are either true or have some bit of pain.
This is none of the above. Rather has some undertone of rapeyness associated with it
Except of course, your aim is to produce content for porn sites. https://t.co/xjV5ga1nUO
Taaoma. Lasisi. Maraji.— UG (@UgwunnaEjikem) April 20, 2020
Steady churning out amusing content without being rapey…
Even Macaroni whose act involves thirsting after women weaves his storylines to steer clear of rapey vibes & still be funny.
Nah..Nasty Blaq is just silly & tone deaf, there's no valid excuse.
I’m not hating on your hustle Nasty Blaq, but for real there are some skit that are only meant for IG people, or do u expect us to find this type of dry sexual jokes shitt funny?— Engineer Tolu Tezzy_ 💧 (@tolutezzy_) April 20, 2020
And again after making your skit don’t use send it to your friends to ask if it make sense or not? https://t.co/sbnaahLBqW
The only person that will find that Nasty blaq Comedy skit funny, is a Rapist….— Engineer Tolu Tezzy_ 💧 (@tolutezzy_) April 20, 2020
This is not a joke and should stop. It is, however, a great relief that most people are frowning at it. What do you think about Nasty Blaq’s skit? Funny or Wrong?