Speaking on the recent episode of Channels TV’s ‘Rubbin’ Minds’, Amuzie said he had to stop making those type of skits because it was “not sustainable for him”.
He also stated that “people might watch it once or twice”, but they would eventually get tired of seeing a man in female clothing.
“I have tried it, there was a time I was creating content with the character ‘Madam Ogadi in a church and they were applauding me, calling me funny guy. So it got to my head and it was almost a niche for me,” he said.
“Now I know better, and I am like that stuff is not sustainable for myself and I just do not buy the idea because it would not last. People might enjoy it once or twice, but you are not a woman. This is except you are doing it exceptionally well.
“For example, Tyler Perry and the character of Madea, people love Madea. So you have to get to that point where people would not be able to tell you anything but you can not be wearing a woman’s cloth with beards.”