Fans enjoyed what could be called a triple treat of awesomeness at Laffmattazz and Laf Up Live last weekend in Abeokuta and Lagos respectively. Nigerian A-list entertainers such as; Small Doctor, Qdot and Sir Shina Peters graced the events and delivered memorable performances.
Laffmattazz held its Independence day edition at OOPL Marquee, Abeokuta, with Maltina, where comedy lovers gathered to enjoy comedy in its purest form. Themed ‘Loud in Abeokuta’, the show provided comedy lovers with sizzling jokes as well as top-notch performances from the music stars present.
In the same fashion, Laf Up Live which held at Terra Kulture Victoria Island, Lagos, witnessed some of the best comedy and music performances in the industry.
Small Doctor, often described as the Alaafin Of Agege, the Ooni of the streets, penalty crooner and the dancing machine of the music industry gave fans a performance they will not be forgetting in a while. He performed hit songs like; Omo Iya Teacher, This Year, Mosquito Killer, My People, 911 and others.
Fans were noticeably impressed by both shows as they expressed their gratitude to the hosts of the show as well as Maltina for sponsoring such successful comedy shows.
Maltina, which is known for sharing happiness amongst its consumers is a longtime sponsor of the comedy shows. Speaking on this, Senior Brand Manager, Maltina, Oluseun Lawal, expressed delight at the success of the shows and the opportunity it gave the brand to engage with consumers.
“Laughter is very important, it eases stress and relaxes nerves. People come from far and wide to relax and unwind with their loved ones at Laffmattazz and Laf Up Live. Maltina is a brand that delights in helping consumers nourish family moments and this is why we have continued to support these shows these past years.”
Since its inception, Laffmattazz with Maltina has treated over 50,000 comedy lovers to rib-cracking jokes and other fun experiences. Laf Up Live on the other hand, has for over four years, continued to amuse and entertain comedy lovers across the country.