Who is Layiwasabi?
Isaac Ayomide Olayiwola, also known as Layiwasabi, is a native of Osogbo in Osun State, Nigeria. He is an online comedian, content creator, and influencer who rose to prominence thanks to the distinctive style of his comedic videos.
Layiwasabi was born on July 11th, and he has spent his entire life in the ancient Yoruba city of Osogbo, along with his younger brother and loving and supportive mother. He attributes his sense of humor to his mother, whom he acknowledges as the source of his comedy gene.
While Layi was growing up, his mother was always his most trusted confidante. Within her group of close friends, she stood out as the funniest person.
His mother and other members of his extended family, including his uncles, aunts, and grandparents, were responsible for his upbringing after the death of his father, which occurred when he was just a child.
Isaac Ayomide Olayiwola completed his primary and secondary schooling in Osun state. Soon after that, he moved on to Bowen University to earn his undergraduate degree.
According to sources, Layi claims that his mother was the driving force behind the rapid progression of his formal education, which he completed at Bowen University’s School of Law.
Age and Birthday
Layiwasabi is in his early twenties.
There are rumors circulating that Layiwasabi is in a romantic relationship with Eniola Korty Olanrewaju.
Eniola who’s better known by her stage name Korty EO on social media.
As of [year], Isaac Ayomide Olayiwola, professionally known as Layiwasabi, is estimated to have a net worth of $30,000. He earns majorly from sponsored content, brand collaboration and promotions.
Layiwasabi began his career in comedy as a teenager.
The first time Layi attempted to make people laugh by skulking around a microphone was in JSS2, during his secondary school’s talent show.
Layi Wasabi learned the fundamentals of comedy in the most logical and natural way: by observing the frog for an extended period of time. His mother’s membership in the Redeemed Christian Church of God added Christian heritage to his skits as he grew up.
Layi also engages in physical comedy, such as when he wears the sort of comically oversized coat you’d expect to see on itinerant Jehovah’s Witness evangelists who are wealthy in heavenly terms but impoverished on earth.
He calls his introversion “both a blessing and a curse,” and his comedy reflects the sonic minimalism typical of an introvert’s private life.