Here is a featured comedic sketch by comedian Jevin “Wealthy Jev” Smith, who seems to be taking full advantage of the coronavirus pandemic that has us all quarantined nationally. To put a smile on everyone’s face, Smith created a parody of Bobby Brown’s 1989 hit song “Roni” that climbed the Billboard Charts, from the Don’t Be Cruel Album.
Watch the parody below:
About comedian Jevin Smith – Actor, DJ, and comedian who started his quest in the entertainment industry at the age of 10 by DJ-ing. Smith worked in the industry with comedians and musicians alike; artists such as Mary Mary, Anthony Hamilton, Big Sean, Cedric The Entertainer, and Bernie Mac were some of the artists whom he crossed paths with. Smith eventually got Jevin got the acting bug in 2002 when he starred in MTV‘s Becoming P Diddy. Soon after he landed roles on King Of Queens, ER, Baggage Claim, Dope, Rick & Morty and The Bernie Mac Show.
Jevin was also an on-air personality/Disc Jockey for Las Vegas radio station 88.1.
Lately, Smith has utilized his many talents to create content as he loves creating funny sketches and more. He also has landed several commercials for clients such as Burlington, Ally Bank, T-Mobile, Securian Financial, Prego, Ford, and JC Penney to just name a few.