Nigerian skit artist Taaooma, known for her content, has revealed that she is not an outgoing person and enjoys staying home to reflect on herself.
She shares this in an interview with The Punch, where she discusses how she copes with the expectations of fame. When feeling overwhelmed, she goes to the movies and spends time with her family.
Taaooma takes feedback and complaints seriously and works with her team to improve certain issues. She does not notice significant changes in her behavior due to her indoor nature.
When faced with criticism online, she is receptive and takes the feedback to work on. Taaooma also shared her desire to collaborate with late comic actor Babatunde Omidina, also known as Baba Suwe. However, when her team reached out to him, he was not feeling well, which she loved as a child.
Baba Suwe’s banter and wordplay matched one of her characters, making her life easier.