Nigerian talented comedian Seyi Law has revealed how he had to battle stage fright due to inferiority complex while growing up and assured that his daughter won’t suffer such.

Nigerian talented comedian Seyi Law has revealed how he had to battle stage fright due to inferiority complex while growing up and assured that his daughter won’t suffer such.

Nigerian talented comedian Seyi Law has revealed how he had to battle stage fright due to inferiority complex while growing up and assured that his daughter won’t suffer such.

Maybe the comedian is planning on his Daughter filling his shoes when his time is finally over as he has introduced the young girl into comedy already.

Seyi Law recently performed with his One year old daughter Tiwa on stage which wowed the audience with her level of intelligence.

Seyi who spoke with Saturday Beats disclosed that the questions he asked his one year old were not rehearsed, rather it was all what she was taught in school that was been asked.

“No, we did not rehearse before I brought her on stage. It was only the audience that was shocked by her brilliant responses, I was not. She has been taught a lot from school and those were part of what she was taught. I have always put her in front of the camera and so she didn’t have stage fright. I try as much as possible to build her confidence as I suffered serious inferiority complex growing up.” Seyi Law said.

No matter what you do weather it succeeds or not, the public will always have a word to criticize the act.

Seyi Law has been questioned on why such early exposure of the girl considering her age, but the comedian replied saying: “It is their problem because I didn’t help their parents train them, so they should allow me to train mine. When I need their opinions I would ask. For now, it is not needed.”

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