‘All these deaths leave me weak’ -Lepacious Bose reacts to death of Comedian Peteru
Nigerian comedienne and actress, Bose Ogunboye, popularly known as Lepacious Bose, has joined the rest of her colleagues to mourn the death of Comedian Peteru.
Basebaba had earlier reported that the fast rising Ibadan based comedian Tobi Owomoyela a.k.a Peteru died a few hours ago.
Peteru who is a household name in comedy circles due to his unique delivery in mimicking people, among other talent was said to have breathed his last on Wednesday, December 21, 2022.
Mourning his demise, Lepacious Bose took to her Instagram page to express how she feels over the painful demise.
She wrote: Another one????I
All these deaths leave me weak….
I am tired!
I am drained!!!
I am weak!!!
Just too many bad news back to back it’s crazy and crumbling!
Father Lord can we just have a break from all this pain and sadness this season?
I seem to be crying more than am laughing….
Am really tired 💔💔💔💔💔
I just want to sleep for a very long time and hopefully everything will be back to normal when I wake up 💔💔💔
Like a candle in the wind…..”
Before Peteru, another Ibadan-based comedian Coesowflex King Moore, popularly called Mimic King, was shot dead during a robbery incident few weeks ago.
According to reports, Coesowflex was killed on Saturday morning after being robbed outside a popular events hall on Ring Road, Ibadan, Oyo State capital.
He performed live on Thursday at Dele Omo Woli’s show.
Coesowflex’s colleague, Opeyemi Olaniyi, confirmed the sad news via his known Facebook page.
Olaniyan lamented: “We lost a talent. The King of Mimic is gone. Oyo state will miss you. NAIJA COMEDIANS/MCs (Ibadan chapter) will miss you.
“Coesowflex is one of best stand-up comedians in Ibadan and Nigeria at large. This is so sad and painful…..Rest in peace bro, Coesowflex King Moore.
“We come and go; the earth remains. We met it, and will still leave it.
“Then why struggling to get what is not ours? Vanity! Rest in peace Coesowfl.
“Nigeria failed you! You were a victim of Nigeria’s circumstances. Buried, but him mama still dey home dey expect her breadwinner.
“Your career had been cut off! Your star was dropped at the shining period! Nigeria happened to you! Nigeria pa Ina ogo e. Rest on talent.
“Lotito, gbogbo wa l’ada agbada iku. Awaye iku kan osi, Ọrùn ni kan lare ma bo.”