Why people no longer help the needy – Brain Jotter

Popular skit maker, Chukwuebuka Emmanuel Amuzie, better known as Brain Jotter, has explained why people no longer help one other.

Speaking on an Instagram page, Brain Jotter attributed this phenomenon to the prevalent entitlement mentality among some individuals.
He said: “A lot of people really wish they could help a lot of people, but a lot of people’s sense of entitlement has discouraged a lot of people from helping a lot of people show more gratitude!!!!!!!”

The skit maker in a recent interview on Channels TV’s programme, Rubbin’ Minds, hosted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, revealed that he started skit making as a crossdresser, Madam Ogadi, but later switched character.
He explained that he quit crossdressing because “it is not sustainable except you are doing it exceptionally well.”

Brain Jotter said, “I have a friend who is advising me to start making content as a crossdresser. I’m not interested because I’ve tried it before.
“There was a time I was creating content with the character Madam Ogadi in a church and the audience were applauding my performances. So it got to my head and it was almost a niche for me. But then I realised that cross-dressing is not sustainable for me. I just don’t buy the idea because it won’t last. People might enjoy it once or twice, but you’re not a woman. Except you are doing it exceptionally well.

“You can’t be wearing a woman’s clothes with beards.”

He further revealed that he had also tried music before and was making inroads into Nollywood, hinting that some of his movies would be released this year.


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