Comedienne Zeddy has exposed the kind of favouritism that was practised by some handlers of the Churchill Show.
Zeddy was speaking to Jalango on his YouTube Channel in an interview that lasted well over an hour.
Zeddy told Jalango,
“The first time that I shed tears because of Churchill Show was during the burial preparation for the late Ayeiya, AKA.”
“All the creatives had been invited for the final send off show for Ayieya after which we were to travel to Kisii for his burial. Do you know what happened? We finished performing and headed out to the bus. At the time Modern Coast was sponsoring the trip. DO you know those people wrote a list claiming that only 12 people are going.”
“At the time everyone had prepared themselves to go for the burial we even had our night dresses. the list only had 12 people. Imagine. A whole bus. The names were called out like kids going to a school function. I was not on the list, but I went. I told the lady at the door to move aside. I’m going for this burial pende usipende. I got in and went.
Zeddy revealed that “the other comedians were left stranded begging for lifts from audience members. Who does that?”
“The bus did not have people. It was half empty. I’m not lying. This is the truth. Then you tell me some people at Churchill Show don’t have black hearts? And we were going to bury our brother AKA?”