How to “Chill with the Big Boys” this December Without Carrying Gbese on Your Head

Malta Guinness | Inside Life
December 22, 1921

So you want to bam bam? You want to chill with the big boyz. It’s allowed, after all, what is December for? But if you don’t want to run kitikiti and ketekete from debt collectors in January, follow these steps.

1. Tie wrapper over your eyes

So you don’t have to see things that will make you go and enter gbese.

2. Look for other “big boyz” to sponsor your lifestyle

Las las this December enjoyment must reach everybody. Drag their shirt and say you want to bam bam too.

3. Make a deal with sapa

Tell sapa that you will suffer in instalments if it can let you shine small during this Detty December. #SmileNowCryLater

4. Befriend your debtors

In this life, you can’t come and kill yourself. If you see something that is entering your eyes, buy it. Everything will sort itself out if you simply befriend your debtors.

5. Invite your friends to hang out and chill

It doesn’t have to be anything elaborate that will leave your account red. Just budget for a Malta Guinness drink and Gala or small chops. After all, your friends will become “Big Boyz” one day. So, see it as chilling with them in advance.

6. Look for events like the Street Church Love and Light fest refreshed by Malta Guinness to attend

Eh ya, you missed this. Apart from costing just N2k in entry fees, everyone who attended got a free Malta Guinness drink and gift items. Plus, they got to chill with Kenny Blaq, Emma Oh My God, Timi Dakolo and more.

Now, talk of chilling with the Big Boyz, we hear Malta Guinness might just have another outing like this before December runs out, so follow Malta Guinness on socials @maltaguinnessng and shine ya eye for updates.

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