MTV Base ‘Guy Code,’ a show about the rules guiding the everyday life of the modern man returns and thus far seen participants going head to head in exciting discussions, quips, tips and the latest rules on the comical lows and hilarious highs of being a Nigerian man.
Guy code, which is sponsored by Gulder is in its second season and it features A-list celebrities such as rapper and songwriter, Falz, Actors, Kunle Remi and Mawuli Gavor, singer and songwriter Seyi Shay, former big brother Naija housemate, Teddy A, amongst other top Nigerian celebrities.
The show which had a successful first season is borne out of a mission to understand what makes the modern Nigerian man tick while also addressing issues such as exes, to relationship dramas, reputation, dripping in finesse, wedding etiquette and more. The show is also expected to witness appearances from some of the leading ladies in Nigerian entertainment.
The collaboration between Gulder and MTV Base has been hugely successful as the programme has quickly become a fan favourite for guys looking to learn the rules of the game as well as ladies who are looking for insights into the alpha male’s thought process.
With all the trends to have emerged in the last couple of months and with hot takes and perspective from the cast already, this season of Guy Code sets to be even bigger than the last as fans are already left mesmerized on the usual controversial topical discussions that the show thrives on.
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