Ace comedian and TV show host Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) has encouraged DKB not to be feeling down by the way his Easter Comedy Show went.
DKB received bad press after former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings walked out during his performance at the Easter Comedy show.
The politician called the comedian ‘boring’ and ‘not funny’.
DKB took the criticism but later came out to claims he cried over those comments.
In a interview with the Accra-based Hitz FM, KSM said that DKB cannot be defined by the failure of just one of his shows and added that DKB is one of the very best in the country.
“He has an amazing sense of humour. DKB is a very funny person. He is very hilarious. When he did his show called Point of View, he practically filled up the National Theatre.
His last show I saw at Silverbird, he got a standing ovation. So, he has one bad night and all of a sudden, it’s like he is the worst that ever happened to Ghana comedy, I don’t think it is a fair assessment.”
Lastly, KSM also intimated that DKB took Ghanaian stand-up comedy from the grip of the Nigerian comedians and has raised the bar of the comedy game in Ghana.
“He broke that chain when he went toe to toe with the Nigerian and flawed them.
He went toe to toe with Basket Mouth and flawed him without a doubt. I am begging that let’s not use that one night to judge his string of performances,” he said.