Rapper Michael Ugochukwu Steven, also known as Ruggedman, has revealed that he has ventured into skit making as part of his creative pursuits.
Surprising to many, he disclosed that his career actually began as an actor, playing minor roles in several movies before gaining recognition as a rapper.
In a recent interview with Hip TV, the ‘Wetin Dey’ crooner shared, “I created a character called ‘Mazi Kalu,’ an Igbo old man who faces challenges but also tries to solve them. Not many people know this, but I’ve always been involved in acting.
Even before becoming Ruggedman, I did my first waka pass [minor role] in two movies, including Francis Agu’s films in the past. You can also spot me in Toyin Abraham’s ‘The Ghost and the Tout,’ as well as Jim Iyke’s ‘Bad Comments.’ So, I have a considerable acting background, and I’m planning to focus on promoting that aspect of my career soon.”
Additionally, Ruggedman mentioned that he has been dabbling in skits, and now, he is taking the ‘Mazi Kalu’ character seriously. He plans to showcase this character through various skits, intending to blend humor with valuable life lessons in his content.
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