Ernest K Jallah popularly know as EkJ The Comedian who just celebrated his + 1 birthday on March 31st, announced earlier this morning on his Facebook page that all of the people who send him money as his birthday gift, he used the money to invest in getting some studio equipment needed to continue his comedy work.
The comedian is focused on continuing his work for him and his fans that he said although some of his friends called him wanting to party during his birthday, he didn’t pick up because he had to “hustle before pleasure”.
“….Work in silence and come up when it’s done.
Stress Pills Comedy studio Vision coming to life Little by little, thou we don’t have finance for the Vision but y’all never stop being there. LEC nay stable, ayyy want spoil my career but never MY GRANDMA!
Next up is Generator to power up the studio to keep getting amazing out content on a daily basis.”
The comedian added that although his birthday is over, he’s still accepting “contribution, nothing is small to add up.”
In 2015, EKJ stated as a struggling musician/actor hoping to be heard and seen by Liberians and hopefully, by international audience; but after choosing one path to focus on, all of those struggle have lead him to being known as one of Liberia’s biggest comedian who is now measuring shoulder with other known comedians in the country.
In 2020, EKJ made his debut comedy video online which has led to he releasing many others. Today, the comedian can boast to anyone that he’s doing something he love while getting some income from it. EKJ does not only have Liberians, who are his main fan base but due to some new, recent comedy skits he’s now releasing that all of African people can relate to, he’s getting some fans from countries like: South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, etc…
Check on his page on Facebook for all of his comedy videos including his best skits that has over 100k /300k /200k/Million views. EKJ’s journey is something one should see as motivation.
Written by First Lady/ Augustina ko Monpleh