Saturday, April 4, 2009

Nigerian humor: Jocelyn Jee Esien

Jocelyn Jee Esien, born in London to Nigerian parents, is the star of her own BBC sketch comedy show. It’s called “Little Miss Jocelyn.”

Here’s one of her characters... a man-hating Jamaican divorcée named Gladys Kingston. This is kinda scan’lous!


Mr. Noface said...

This chick is off the hook. Why can't we get humor like this in the states (oh Dave Chappelle, where art thou)?

Kellybelle said...

The nursery rhyme had me dying! Hillarious.

Eurasian Sensation said...

Check out Esien's previous work, on "Three Non Blondes" which is a far better show; she and 2 other black female comedians would adopt different characters and just go around messing with people in public places.

In comparison, "Little Miss Jocelyn" is a disappointment for me; having watched it a number of times, I want to find her funny but can't seem to laugh much.

Secretista said...

She is so funny! I think she inspired this web site: