Itty and Tosin seem like a perfect match on their genz-focused relationship podcast, Baegist. We catch up with them on their top 5 moments while recording the podcast. These two definitely have an interesting connection that we are sure you cannot get enough of!
1. Mood swings wahala
Tosin: One of my special moments on the Baegist set was the shoot for the first ever episode. The stylist wanted me to wear a fringe wig but I didn’t think I’d look good in it so I started to state 100 reasons it wouldn’t fit. She stood her ground and sincerely, I am happy she did because boyy, did I slay!
2. Asherkine’s humour
Itty: Having Asherkine come around as our first guest has really done a lot to how I feel about the podcast. That man is really a lot, hahaha. He added his own spice and I am all more excited about having guests join Tosin and I.
3. Late night recordings
Tosin: I love it every time we shoot all-night. I love to see VerseFive people stay up till as late as 4am because they have to record Itty and I talk. I snack through the hours, by the way. The food keeps me active. And I eat for leisure too, hehe.
4. The gist after the gist
Itty: Tosin and I don’t just stop talking after we finish recording. The actual gisting happens after we finish what we are doing in front of the camera. Sometimes, it’s alcohol. Most of the other times, it’s just her being an amebo and me granting a listening ear… and doing my own amebo too sha.
5. Fights and make ups
Tosin: One time, Itty and I had an argument before recording but we literally got in front of the camera and killed it. Immediately the director said “Cut”, we went back to fighting. It is a beautiful thing because we don’t allow our friendship to get in the way of work. It adds to it sometimes but other times, it helps us draw the line.
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