Next Level winner Tsitsi Chiumya debuts one man comedy special So Naïve | CARVE AFRICA

Still Decembering? Some people are on the 36th day but we are well into 2020, lets set the tone with the Groove Guide. Luckily this wont have you breaking the bank, just sit back and watch how our favourite ‘Breadwinner’ Tsitsi Chiumya flexes in JanuWorry with his first one man comedy special “So Naïve” airing this Wednesday, 8 January on 1Magic at 20:30. Do us all a favour and set a reminder, you don’t want to miss it!

2019 has been quite an eventful year for Tsitsi Chiumya; this young comedian from Lebowakgomo, a small township, south of the Limpopo Province has fast become a young talent to be reckoned with, winning admirers across South Africa and Africa, not to mention his International shows in Europe and USA where, it seems, everyone can relate to his ‘awkwardly relatable stories’. His social media has skids that will crack you up. Check this out

 

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Tsitsi is racking up these accolades and making impactful moves with his comedy. A major highlight was when Trevor Noah gave him the opportunity to take part in the comedy TV series, Trevor Noah Presents : NationWild. He also appeared on BBC Arts Hour, which featured Spike Lee in the same season.

The 2019 Comics’ Choice ‘Next Level’ winner used his comedy to put a smile on peoples faces by partnering up with Hollard for a campaign called He11o Day, where on the 11th day of every month the brand and Tsitsi would go everywhere and share a simple ‘hello’ with someone. “It’s really awesome, it brings light to most of the people you greet and it’s a great initiative that Hollard a has brought me on to”, said Tsitsi.

The comedian has done over 13 solo shows that led him to this moment where we get to see him debut his first one man comedy special, So Naïve. “It was a dream come true, I think it will always be the most special one that I’ve done, because it is the point where my dream comes true. It will always be where everything started, even 2 years from now it will be the grade 1 of my comedy superstar career; I say that because that’s what I prayed and plan to be. The turn out was great and I always appreciate that”, said Tsitsi.

Now lets make it greater by watching the show this Wednesday, 8 January on 1Magic at 20:30.

 

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