Facebook honours comedian Basketmouth with commemorative tree for Creator Day in the UK

The world is a global village and people now have access to information or happenings in various parts of the world. The gap between people and places have been bridged and people now have series of information at their fingertips.

Some individuals have been able to make a name for themselves as talented creators who make social media more interesting.

Top Nigerian comedian and actor Bright Okpocha better known as Basketmouth is one entertainer who has made the country proud.

He was recently honoured by top social networking site, Facebook, with a tree planted in his name in a forest in UK. The tree was planted to remember the time he spent at Soho Farmhouse.

This was done for the celebration of Facebook Creator Day ceremony. In a post shared on Basketmouth’s Instagram handle, it was explained that the tree had been planted in his name at the National Forest in the heart of UK.

The comedian also shared a profound caption about the significance of trees and doing things at the right time.

He wrote: “The best time to plant a tree was 20yrs ago, the next best time is now. Thank you @facebook I’ll check back in 20yrs.”

Congrats to him.

Basketmouth has proven that he is a bag of talents. He recently tried his hands at music with the pseudonym Bad Man Bob.

He released a music track titled Dia Fada where he sang about conquering new grounds and shunning naysayers who felt he could never achieve some things.

Featured on the track was Sound Sultan and Item 7. The music video also had appearances from other celebs such as Bolanle Ninalowo, Bovi, Okey Bakassi, Yaw, Buchi, to name a few.


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