Comedians Kyng Taj and Shane Savage are back at it again in a brand new skit. When it comes to your phone, don’t leave it around Shane as he’ll put you in hot water. In “Don’t Answer The Phone“, Taj has been playing hide and seek with a young lady (played by UK based Vlogger Ashalishous) by refusing to answer his phone when she calls. Shane on the other hand, made matters worse when he was given possession of Taj’s phone and was instructed not to answer it as Asha may be on the receiving end. Couple things to note, Taj has a history of being physically abused by women, and Asha has a temper. What trouble Shane will cause? What will happen to Taj? Watch the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Popular Comedian Majah Hype stopped by Power 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club” recently, and he brought the whole Caribbean vibes with him. Here he spoke on the rise in his career including how he got his break as a Comedian and starting out as a Musician, representing the Caribbean with his brand of Comedy, rumors, appearing in movies, how Social Media assisted his career, touring, upcoming gigs and more. It didn’t take much to get the Radio hosts laughing out of their seats and if you were in attendance to his recent Comedy performance in New York, then I’m sure he had you laughing to tears. Big up Majah Hype, Di Ras, Grandpa James, and his many characters. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Don’t you just hate it when people owe you money? Today, Comedian Kyng Tavii dodges paying off his debt in his new “2 Grand” skit. If you’re familiar with Video Chatting you’d chuckle at Tavii’s method of avoiding his friend’s conversations about money. While the young Comedian has had his share of controversy lately, he still manages to churn out videos frequently on Youtube, and Instagram and enjoys a growing number of fans. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s time to have a laugh thanks to the comedic styling of Kyng Taj and Bella Blair! While the original idea was to feature both in separate posts, why not double the laughter in one package? In Bella’s new skit, she plays the role of a young Jamaican lady who tries to impress her potential American love interest. While many can relate to trying their best to make a great first impression in dating, how many have experienced it Bella’s way? Tune in to find out. In “Marriage Counseling“, Kyng Taj plays the role of a man frustrated with his Wife and in order to fix things, he and his Wife visit the Marriage Counselor (played by Andrew Maragh). Will they resolve their marital issues? Or will things go left? Watch the videos below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
“Bodega Boys” is a Podcast series created by Social Media/Internet/TV Personalities Desus Nice and The Kid Mero and features a dose of their irreverent yet hilarious takes on Pop Culture. Sponsored by Red Bull and recorded at the Red Bull Studios in New York, this is another avenue that gave the hosts a huge following since their previous Podcast (Desus Vs Mero), and their TV stints (Uncommon Sense, Joking Off, Guy Code). What makes their content even more interesting is the fact that the Bronx based Desus and Mero were born to Immigrant Parents (Jamaican and the Dominican Republic respectively) and they share experiences dealing with them and the different cultures. Below are 10 Jamaican moments featured on their “Bodega Boys” Podcast.
Ep. 16: “Jamaica is the shining star of the Caribbean”
When co-host The Kid Mero asked Desus Nice if Jamaica was considered a 3rd World country, Desus quickly fired back saying it wasn’t, but created the film, “Third World Cop“. He further elaborated to say Jamaica invented everything including Reggae/Dancehall Music and Bob Marley, then went overboard with saying they invented Marijuana, Shipping Barrels, white Jeans, and Mesh Merinos. He also added that they utilized Tanks to store drinking water, claimed to be the home of the most beautiful women in the world and never took a loss when it came to fighting on the train.
Ep. 7: “Irie!”
Desus and Mero discussed Wrestling and what roles they’d play if they were hired as Tag Team Wrestlers. While Mero spoke on representing the Dominican Republic, Desus spoke on being a Wrestler representing Jamaica named “Kid Montego Bay” with attire consisting of a Mesh Merino, and plays on a bad Jamaican stereotype kind of like a character from “Cool Runnings” (or any “Jamaican” character in movies) where he smokes a spliff, using “Irie“, “We Jammin‘”, and “Big up” as catchphrases.
Ep. 6: “Yuh have a big face…”
Desus made reference to an NY Times article about the rising popularity of Jamaican food. The article detailed where to get it from and name dropped “Miss Lilly’s“, a popular Jamaican Dining spot in New York. Desus went on to advise listeners that the best Jamaican dining spots are located in Flat Bush, White Plains Rd, Boston Rd, and 2nd Ave in Mt. Vernon in New York. The downside to those locations are bad service, and they are usually in “dangerous” areas but serve great food nonetheless. He also presented scenarios where if a Vegan asks for “Gluten Free” meals, they will be attacked, or be given a stare down. He then spoke on an Aunt who runs a Restaurant and paints a picture of how the meeting will occur including being insulted by her at first glance. Then supported Desus’ statements by saying if you are served food in under 30 minutes, then it won’t be enjoyable, and most times when you order a meal, it will already by sold out even after confirming the order.
The Pokemon Go craze has swept the US, and the rest of the world in recent days. A lifelong dream for many to catch Pokemon in real life has come true…sort of. Pokemon Go comes in the form of a Mobile App and it consists of players using real life locations to catch augmented reality versions of their favourite Pocket Monsters. Recently, Comedian Kevin2woKrayzee spoke his mind on the popular game, and of course he aims to get you laughing your butt off. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.