According to, he meant no disrespect as he wrote;
No disrespect but I can never live this life. Lemme kuku be jobless.
Before now, Bovi in a speech disclosed how he went against his mother’s wish of becoming a lecturer.
Bovi during a motivational speech recently, shared part of his success story to stardom as he stated that his parents especially his mother never supported his idea of studying Theatre Arts because she feels the course is meant for people without future.
Even after his Youths Service, the comedian was told by his mother that lecturing job was available for him just for him to make a choice of University or Polytechnic and it is done.
“One of the biggest luck I think I ever had in my life was discovering who I was at a very young age. I was 15 and I asked my mum people doing movies what do they study, she said Theatre Arts, but it is a useless course that was the day I decided that I was going to study Theatre Arts.
When I was 18, I got into the university and it was a tug of war between folks and I from 100level till final year because they wanted me to change department but I stocked to my course luckily, they let me be. I thought that was the end, during Youths Service my mum said when you finish, go back to Delta state, I have two jobs for you as a lecturer either in the polytechnic or the university” he said.
Bovi Ugboma popularly referred to simply as Bovi is a spectacular Nigerian comedian, director, producer, actor, and writer. He has featured in many comedy shows, TV programmes, and most recently, he brought the likes of international superstars, Ja Rule and Ashanti to perform in his 2014 Man on Fire concert which was a huge hit.