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I wouldn’t have even dreamt that I could get a huge opportunity like this just a few years ago,” he says. Given the massive international reach of the show, he admits that he felt a little pressure over choosing the material he would condense in the hour-long show. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 08, , with the headline ‘Local funnyman lets rip on Netflix comedy special’. Skip to main content. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. After all, his Netflix comedy special is titled Almost Banned. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Then, I was like, ‘This is crazy,’ and there was a little bit of jumping up and down,” he tells The Straits Times.

Skip to main content. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. At the time, he had to take on odd jobs to support his comedy passion, doing everything from waiting tables at restaurants to being a fitness trainer in the day before doing stand-up gigs at night at the now-defunct eatery eM By The River. I wouldn’t have even dreamt that I could get a huge opportunity like this just a few years ago,” he says. Some viewers across the Causeway were so offended that the Malaysian Artistes Association lodged a police report against him and called for the Malaysian authorities to ban him from entering Malaysia. I’m going to keep doing what I do, but in the long run, I also hope to pave the way for other aspiring comedians. In , he found himself in the soup when he poked fun at Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in a video he posted online. What am I going to say?

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As Netflix is available in more than countries, subscribers of the service from India to South Korea would be able to view his show.

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Comeddy have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. The point is that all of it is very Fakkah Fuzz,” he says. I want them to say, ‘Oh, this guy from Singapore can get a Netflix comedy special.

What am I going to say? Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles.

Inhe found himself in the soup when he poked fun at Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in a video he posted online. Some viewers across the Causeway were so offended that the Malaysian Artistes Association lodged a police report against him comdy called for the Malaysian authorities to ban him from entering Malaysia.

At the time, he had to take on odd jobs to support his comedy passion, doing everything from waiting tables at restaurants to being comdey fitness trainer in the day before doing stand-up gigs at night at the now-defunct eatery eM By The River.

When American streaming giant Netflix called home-grown comedian Fakkah Fuzz to say that they wanted to tape one of his gigs for a comedy special, he had no time to celebrate. Skip to main content. The session was taped at a sold-out gig at Capitol Theatre.

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The year-old, whose real name is Muhammed Fadzri Abdul Rashid, is the first Singaporean to have a Netflix comedy special, which is a taping of a stand-up comedy session. After all, his Netflix comedy special is titled Almost Banned. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 08,with the headline ‘Local funnyman lets rip on Fakiah comedy special’.

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I wouldn’t have even dreamt that I could get a huge opportunity like this just a few years ago,” he says. I have a filthy mouth which, sometimes, gets comfdy into trouble,” he says. How will this play out? He started doing comedy full time about two years ago.

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Given the massive international reach of the show, he admits that he felt a little pressure over choosing the material he would condense in the hour-long show. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs.

Not that the bachelor is concerned about courting controversy. I’m going to keep doing what I do, but in the long run, I also hope to pave the way for other aspiring comedians. Then, I was like, ‘This is crazy,’ and there was a little bit of jumping up and down,” he tells The Straits Times.