For the past two years, Ikorodu Bois have blown our minds with the creation of their videos, remakes of music videos and trailers and thankfully they are finally getting the attention they deserve.
One of the biggest movie production and streaming platforms in the world, Netflix, sent a film production package to the Ikorodu Bois to encourage their efforts and creativity.
This package was sent weeks after an invitation was extended to them by the Russo Brothers to attend the global premiere of their upcoming sequel, Extraction 2.
To deliver the film production package by Netflix was Kunle Afolayan, who also offered the
group a scholarship at his film production company, KAP Film and Television Academy as well as mentorship in filmmaking.
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Netflix!!!! Thank youuuu!! @netflixfilm you guys are amazing, we’ve received the gift, we love it!… Sir @kunleafo we would love to say a very big thank you as you received us with open arms and for also giving us the opportunity to better our crafts and for also deciding to be a Mentor to us, and for the scholarship program as well, we want you to know how much we appreciate this sir, you are a father and we your kids and we are ready for the father-children tutelage from you sir. We look forward to having you as a source of pillar and uplifting hand in our endeavor and growth. We also want to say thank you to the entire staff of @kapfilmandtelevisionacademy for also their kind hearted gesture in welcoming us… Clothes by @shaviyclothing
The Ikorodu Bois group is made up of brothers Muiz, 15, and Malik, 10, and their cousin, Fawas Aina, 13.
They have also been featured on CNN for their great content.
From Ikorodu to Cnn World News!🙏🏽 these things gives us joy and motivates us, Thank you @CNN
Forever grateful to our elder brother Tunde,the brain behind all our videos from the first to the recent video🙏🏽 You can read the full article at https://t.co/eE4KCt2R2h@ToyinReports 🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/LpnDBX3E0t
— ikorodu bois (@IkoroduB) April 11, 2020