A comedian who has gone viral for his parody videos of British news reportshas spoken about being black in Norfolk, gaining an audience and the Black Lives Matter campaign.
Through his popular online skits, Munya Chawawa aims to highlight "subtle racism in the UK media".
After this weekend's Black Lives Matter protests, Munya Chawawa created a mock news broadcast poking fun at what he saw as the "quite negative" media response.
The video, which has now been viewed 2.5 million times, was shared by celebrities like John Boyega and Armando Iannucci and prompted calls to get Chawawa his own TV show.
"The final racist icing on the pounded yam was when a brown horse aggressively galloped through the streets at the speed of Dominic 'Vin Diesel' Cummings," he joked.
Chawawa, who has been in comedy for two years, said he often addresses race in his performances, and has been disappointed by the media's coverage of anti-racism protests over the last two weeks.
"The media and public response to the recent Black Lives Matter movement was, I felt - quite negative," Mr Chawawa told the PA news agency.
"Racism in the press is usually quite subtle; maybe it's getting an easy name 'mixed up' or using negatively charged language to provoke a reaction.
"So I thought: let me just do you a favour and say what you really want to say for you."
Chawawa has previously supported the Black Lives Matter campaign, calling for people to "listen, be empathetic, and try to understand".
"I grew up in Zimbabwe, where being black was the norm, and I moved back to Norfolk - where it definitely isn't," he said.
Chawawa lived in Poringland, a south Norfolk village, for seven years. He now lives in London.
"Throughout my life, I've ticked off most the bingo boxes for 'being a black person': unsolicited hair touching, n-words over football fallouts, being followed around Tesco by suspicious security guards and, of course, the annual 'I'm as brown as you!' from colleagues in the summertime," he said.
"So naturally - race and racism is something I address in my comedy."
Mr Chawawa said that comedy has kept him "busier than I've ever been" during the UK-wide lockdown period.
He added that lockdown had "already helped me make some of my best content", referencing another parody of himself as singer "Craig Covid" that also went viral in March.
"However, with this video, what has fulfilled me most has been the messages from black people of all ages telling me I've cheered them up and helped lift the mood after two very tense, exhausting weeks," he added.