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No wonder NBC is dead BC


by Chris-Paul
Metro

 

NBC is going down the drain with kak programs. Good old Cde Papso has become a major patron at a nice restaurant in town. While viewers are wondering what has happened to our dead BC Cde Papso is busy sipping on expensive wines (of names I’m sure he can’t even pronounce) at the so nice restaurant and bar awash with two, three or even four of the opposite sex. It also seems the good Papso has also found a partner in crime all the way from Nigeria with enough swag to lure the young sisters. Surely, someone needs to tell the DG we need more programs than booze and kamborotos. Next time you and your boy Olu are gonna hang out; make sure we have better programs on TV.
No beef player, since we can only hate the game.