Comedian warns robbers ahead of his South African concert

Basketmouth is issuing a sound warning to all arm robbers in South Africa to stay clear of him and his entourage as he gets ready to visit the country for a show.

Basketmouth

Basketmouth is issuing a sound warning to arm robbers in South Africa to stay clear of him and his entourage as he gets ready to visit the country for a show.

His warning message comes a week after Nigerian singer Davido was robbed off an alleged $50,000 and other personal items  on his arrival in the country for a concert.

The award-winning comedian took to his Instagram on November 17 to drop a "funny" message to all South African robbers hoping to milk him too. Sharing a picture of 10 Naira notes and a Mickey Mouse watch, he captioned:

"I think I’m all packed for my trip to Johannesburg for Comedy Central International Comedy Festival. (Just trying to let those boys know that I’m going to be a waste of time."

After the South African robbers stole $50k from the 'skelewu' crooner, we cannot blame Basketmouth for trying to save his neck before arriving South Africa.

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