Number 6

Number 6

Number 6
Number 6

Number 6 is YANGA!’s free-spirited night-time entertainment comedy show.

Witty, charming and sarcastic,  Mansour Bellow welcomes some of the
African diaspora’s best black comedians,  for a post-watershed celebration of the  continent’s humor. Mansour is on the  street, behind the scenes and access all  areas bringing you pranks, jokes and ‘no  holds barred’ interviews.

An original YANGA! Commission, Number  6 is in the know and on the money and is  inviting you to come along for the ride.

Duration: 0:22:00

Episodes: 15

View trailer HERE

Language: English

Mansour Bellow

Mansour is an online  sensation, having made  his name via his YouTube  channel Afrobeat360 and  his light-hearted fashion  segment «Swagga Check».  His cheeky, laid back inter-  view style and his ability to  convince some of Africa’s  most high-profile artists  such as Tiwa Savage, Dr  Sidd, Burna Boy and Davido
to appear on his show, made  him an instant hit. Mansour  is bringing his charm, wit  and irreverence to Number  6, join him for the inside  track on what’s hot.

Episode One:
Mansour Bellow presents the best in black British comedy from Top Secret club in London.  Hosted by Kane Brown. Funmbi Omotayo talks about being a Nigerian Brit and Toju ruminates  on trying to get into a restaurant at closing time.

Episode Two:
Kayleigh Loudmouth considers make up as an art form and Mr Nolontin talks about having  African parents and a sexy accent.

Episode Three:
Hosted by A Dot Comedian. Aurie Styla gives his own unique take on relationships  and romance. For Lateef Lovejoy, it’s all about living in London.

Episode Four:
Hosted by Kane Brown. This evening Junior Booker talks about getting trapped in the ‘friend  zone’ and Will E wonders what the deal is with men and drinking straws.

Episode Five:
Benjamin Bello talks about family and comedienne Felicity Ethinic offers up some interesting  relationship advice.

Episode Six:
Hosted by Kane Brown. Travis J talks relationships and Shabba talks about growing up in a  Jamaican household and harks back to those dreaded parent teacher consultations.

Episode Seven:
Daliso Chaponda talks internet trolls and Annette Fagon reflects on black history month.

Episode Eight:
Mo Real confirms she has no time for men who waste her time and bad breath. Kojo talks faith  and disrespecting your parents.

Episode Nine:
Hosted by Toju. Benjamin Sarpong talks about the things that annoy him and  Kane Brown gives invaluable first date advice.

Episode Ten:
Smash lays poetic justice to the ‘weave’ and Thanyia Moore talks online dating.

Episode Eleven:
Comedienne Glenda Jaxson talks about weightloss and sex. Toju talks Nigerian women.

Episode Twelve:
Axel Blake goes contactless and A.D.E – African’s Do Everything- gets the crowd singing whilst  reminiscing about emigrating to London.

Episode Thirteen:
Nabil Abdulrashid does his bit for Asian, African and British race relations. And the original  ‘oga’ talks growing up in London.

Episode Fourteen:
Kane Brown reminisces about being a stay at home dad for a week. Victor Daniels talks about  being under the influence and Miss Mo Real takes us to Oz.

Episode Fifteen:
Annette Fagon talks anger management and the right way to serve up a jacket potato. Jimmy  James Jones talks ‘hat fishing not cat fishing’

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