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Charly Boy Says Julius Agwu’s Valentine’s Day Concert Boring, Tells Comedian To Stop Preaching

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Charly Boy Says Julius Agwu’s Valentine’s Day Concert Boring, Tells Comedian To Stop Preaching

Feb 16, 2016 – Charly Boy Badmouths Julius Agwu’s Valentine’s Day Concert Because He Preached The Gospel To Guests

Charly Boy Says Julius Agwu’s Valentine’s Day Concert Boring, Tells Comedian To Stop Preaching

Hear what Abuja Area fada Charly Boy said about Julius Agwu’s valentine’s day concert

Haba Julius, Where’s The Genius??!!
Julius Agwu is my friend and a brother, one of the many comedians I have encouraged in their careers through the years. When I lost my buddy, my father, he was there to give me all the moral support I needed. I love Julius as much as some great Nigerian comedians, artistes and actors that have passed through the University of CharlyBoyism, who are now doing pretty well in their respective fields.
I was at my guy’s LIFE AS I SEE IT show with my family at the Transcorp Hilton Abuja on February 14, 2016.

Mehnnnn, was I bored to tears!!!
First of all, the show that was billed to start at 4pm didn’t start till around 8.30pm, and wouldn’t you expect that such a show already starting so late would compensate the audience by blowing off the roof with powerful rib-crackers back to back? For where!

I wasn’t sure whether we were at a musical/comedy show or in a pentecostal revival ground.
We had trickles of respite when other artistes did their thing but each time Julius came up, it was like he was on a mission to convert us sinners in the hall. He kept preaching, oblivious of many people’s disapproval, boredom and disgust for turning a comedy show into a sermonized gospel rant and chant. Kai!

I understand what my brother must have gone through when he had to be flown abroad for his brain surgery. As he told me before the show started, “Charly, I almost died, I was actually being wheeled to the mortuary before God’s intervention”. I am sure all that incident must have been very traumatic for my dear friend who felt he had to give thanks to the Lord for keeping him alive. Yes o, I agree, we all need to constantly do that because without God’s grace and mercy, who for dey alive?

So praise The Lord…Halleluyah!!!!

However, the fact remains that people came there for the sole purpose of laughter, not to be preached at, after-all, the Christians in the building would have gone to Church earlier that day, being a Sunday. Abi?

We had people of different religions, denominations: Muslims, Crossbearers, Bhuddists, even Atheists in the hall that night, who didn’t come to worship but to be entertained.

As I peered into some people’s faces, I could read their strong objection and disdain about how the night was turning out.
Julius should have been sensitive, biko.

There were a few high points of the show though, when the likes of Bovi and Akpororo took control of the microphone. They were good! Very good.

My dear brother, it is good to have a grateful heart when the Lord delivers one from the jaws of death, but a comedy show is not a revival and the people in the hall can’t all be Christians.
There are many people also that the Lord has saved, giving thanks therefore, should be a personal thing with your Maker; don’t get it twisted with comedy.
I felt ripped off.

God has also saved people like us and we are grateful for what He has done in our lives, but we don’t go round terrorising people with Bible verses and the word of God.
And just in case you want to start your own church, all well and good for you but biko, don’t do it on the heels of people who have paid their hard earned money to watch a comedy show, either alone or with family and friends.

My brother, I no yab you o, I just advice you as my person. Next time let the comical genius in you come out not the preacher.

21 Comments

21 Comments

  1. Maryf

    February 16, 2016 at 4:45 PM

    What’s your business if Julius Agwu’s valentine day was boring. Why can’t you do yours?

  2. Amazon

    February 16, 2016 at 5:55 PM

    Julius Agwu is now an Evangelist after having a successful operation where he almost died

  3. Jojo

    February 16, 2016 at 6:02 PM

    hahahahahah, Charly Boy , you nor go kill person with laugh. I understand you my brother, if you pay for comedy, comedy you should get. Julius Agwu please go and open your church and leave comedy alone . Ka chineke meziolwu.

    • Tee

      February 16, 2016 at 10:08 PM

      It is not laughing matter, there is time for everything,they paid to come and see Julius the comedian, not a preacher. This is show biz. Ghanaian doctor was sacked in the UK in January for this sort of behavior, do the job you are paid for not preach to people. Everyone has something to praise God for, until we understand that religion is personal and it a personal relationship with God not with man we will continues to fail our nation.

  4. Tee

    February 16, 2016 at 7:18 PM

    This is very good advice from Charly boy, this guy is a comedian , not a preacher, when you go to work and start to preach at customer when they come to the shop, you just be sacked, He might be thinking he can use the incident to become a preacher and open a church, since it is the best business going now in Nigeria; anybody can just wake up one day and open a ‘church’ As Charly boy said its all well and good to give praise for everything in life, but it should be personal. in a civilized society he would have sued heavily for non performance of contract. just playing on the sensibilities of the attendees. imagine paying $300 for Beyonce concert and she come on stage and start to preach to the audience. it wont be funny at all, only in Nigeria you can get away it this sort of behavior.

  5. Jacob Flow

    February 16, 2016 at 7:43 PM

    The truth must be told

  6. O'Nels

    February 16, 2016 at 9:47 PM

    Charly Man we all know u have sold ur soul to the devil! Pls leave Julius alone o! Julius has given his life to christ and he’s happy spreading the good news of our lord Jesus. U can go and continue living that ur diabolic life for all I care, after all u don’t look like human being anymore.

  7. Metu Nyetu

    February 16, 2016 at 9:48 PM

    Charley Boy, I am not surprised that you sound like this, being a man who dines with wierd nocturnal spirits. The cult you belong to is averse to anything that sounds like a sermon, even when it is a mere pep talk. You should wait until when you have your own near-death experience, then maybe, MAYBE, you would understand that the gospel should be preached in season and out of season.

    Dear Julius, do not let a pervert influence your superior resolve. Your eternal home and that of Charley Boy may not be the same. So deafen your ears to all these pigdung he just spewed up.

    • Tee

      February 16, 2016 at 11:23 PM

      Can’t we try to be objective in our postings, are you truly a Nigerian? if so do you truly want this country to move forward? will it be ok if you contracted me to play gospel music at your wedding and i start to play fuji? do you realize that the people that came there have paid for an event which was advertised as a comedy show, that was invitation to treat, and the payment is the acceptance of the invitation and it forms a basis of contract between Julius and the audience. by not doing what is advertised is called ‘non performance of contract’,Julius is a celebrity comedian look Wikipedia — ( A comedian (sometimes comedienne for a female) or comic, is a person who seeks to entertain an audience, primarily by making them laugh.)— and the tickets were sold on that basis. You can not mix business with personal believes. Most of us don’t know our right ! its evident in the posting on here. You may not agree with Charly boy’s life style but we should give credit when its due am sure most religions promote that. i maintain that religion is personal and its a sacred relationship with God not man, if Julius decide to change carrier it well and good anyone can look for better opportunity to improve their lot.

      • frankfurt

        February 17, 2016 at 5:33 AM

        You have spoken well.

  8. D Hunter

    February 17, 2016 at 12:37 AM

    HEY! Evrybdy, listen… I cant pay u 4 a loaf of Bread n u end up gvn me a tuber of Yam.
    Thr z notin wrong in spreading d Gospel bt I tink dia z a perfect timing 4 evrytin in life even d food we eat.

    U knw, u cant b eatin whn u‘re sitting 4 Exam. Do d rt tin @ d rt tym Gbam!

    #IamWalkingAway#

    • smoke

      February 17, 2016 at 8:44 AM

      nice one.

  9. Metu Nyetu

    February 17, 2016 at 7:07 AM

    Much respect@ Tee.
    We should remember that Julius Agwu was not the only artiste that performed that night. Room for laughter and fun was already created, and his guests got it. Julius only intended to use his own time for a more profitable business.

    The problem here in is not even that people had paid for their entertainment; the truth is that the gospel is often spurned by even Christians. Stay in a church service for two hours only and you may chafe with red impatience. But in a party, you could go all the way till dawn. Why is it so?

    The Lord commands that the gospel be preached in season and out of season because you never can tell when who it would change is present. Many people do not go to church and have no time for the word of God, but they love having fun. And so if Julius uses this means to draw these people out to nourish their souls while they laugh out their hearts, I’d give him a thousand-tonne kudos.

  10. smoke

    February 17, 2016 at 8:47 AM

    There is time for everything.For me that is scamming cus you dont give me guinness stout why my demand is coca cola.

  11. chyna

    February 17, 2016 at 9:54 AM

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA OGA CHARLY BOY BOTUUUUU WHY NA? U ARE SUPPOSE TO TELL HIM THIS ONE PRIVATELY SINCE YOU GUZ ARE CLOSE

  12. Joyce

    February 18, 2016 at 7:56 AM

    Bitter truth

  13. Joyce

    February 18, 2016 at 7:57 AM

    Bitter truth

  14. sola olaniyi

    February 18, 2016 at 10:39 AM

    Truth is bitter

  15. my lady

    February 18, 2016 at 10:48 AM

    but Charly why naa?

  16. Grow up

    February 19, 2016 at 6:35 AM

    I couldn’t av agreed more Charly….av witness couple of Julius shw tht was nothing but a preaching..For Crying out loud ppl don’t pay to be preach to tbh, he seems to me he has ran out of idea as far as comedy z concern all he does on stage z preaching and telling a sorb stories of z deliverance, yeah every1 rejoice with u bro but cmon move on mehnn bizness z bizness and church z church if u wanna forever be tlking about ur deliverance go to church every Sunday am sure thousands will be ready to seat dwn 4 hrs and listen to u BUT bra not wen u chrge ppl 4 comedy shws and end up telling us this rubbish testimonies. …am not a charly boi fan BUT I TOTALLY agree with him on this one…grow up Genius

  17. EGBERRI MAMA 1

    February 27, 2016 at 11:46 PM

    WHY DO MOST NIGERIANS RUN AWAY FROM D TRUTH ? WHY ???.CHARLY BOY DON TALK FINISH .E NO SEND! D ONE THAT INTERESTS ME MOST IS LADY D .SHE,S 1001% ALWAYS BESIDE HER HUBBY BCOS HE IS HER PERFECT BOO . CHARLIE BOY AND LADY D , THE TWO–TUNDE AND WUNMI OBE , I LOVE THEM TO HIGH HEAVENS . JULIUS LISTEN TO BIG BRO CHARLIE,S ADVICE, BUT AREA FADA NEXT TIME CALL AREA SON JULIUS PRIVATELY AND POINT OUT HIS MISTAKES. HE SOUNDS LIKE D TYPE WHO DOESN,T APPRECIATE OPEN REBUKE . IF U MUST BE A XTIAN , U MUST BE READY 4 OPEN ADVICE AND REBUKE .THEN U CANNOT WALK WIT ANY OF D APOSTLES OF CHRIST .YOU BOTH ARE TOO CLOSE 2 BE SEPERATED IN ANGER .

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