“I suffered from inferiority complex, my daughter won’t” – Seyi Law says

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Popular Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law, who recently performed on stage with his daughter Tiwaloluwa, in his recent show in Dublin has stated that she will not suffer inferiority complex just like he did.

Seyi Law and his daughter were able to wow the audience in their performance and it all looks like the celebrity is already preparing her for the show business.

From the clip, the proud father was seen asking Tiwa various questions ranging from the name of her country, to the name of the governor of Lagos State, and Tiwa answered correctly, triggering hearty cheers from the audience.

This is the first time the comedian would be spotted performing with Tiwa and in a chat with Saturday Beats, he revealed that the questions were not rehearsed.

He said:

“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.”

Speaking on how he was able to rid himself of inferiority complex, the humour merchant simply said,

“I had to study more and learn to get involved in discussions more intelligently. I would say my intelligence helped me.”

The show displayed by Seyi Law and his daughter was not however welcome by some Nigerians.

They took to social media to condemn him for exposing the young girl unduly.

While responding to the critics, the comedian said:

“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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