A young Nigerian man has gone online to announce that his wealth is so much yet he has limited time to enjoy everything.
The big boy identified as @guccilord26 took to video-sharing platform, TikTok, to show off a mansion and luxurious car.
He said that he has only two years left on earth to spend N8 billion (Eight Billion Naira).
In the video clip, there was a voice over which said that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission should get ready to investigate the source of his income.
He filmed himself standing outside the mansion and getting ready to hop into the whipe which was not parked in the compound.
According to guccilord, he purchased the multimillion naira house in Banana Island, Lagos stae.
He shared the video with the caption; “EFCC should get ready cos I have only 2 years to spend 8 billion”
Mixed reactions trailed his post but many netizens asked for his help on how they can also get rich.
Watch the video:
@guccilord26 2years left to spend 8billion @hypeman.morgan.fah #explore #expression #viralvideo #viral #tik_tok #tiktoknigerianigeria🇳🇬 #tiktoknigeria🇳🇬 #xyzcba #xyz #xy ♬ original sound – Hypeman Morgan
In other news, a young Nigerian man simply known as John, has said that he feels frustrated over the low income he earns from his job as a welder.
Speaking in an interview with Lucky Udu, he lamented about struggling to make ends meet while friends he grew up with are making money through internet fraud aka Yahoo Yahoo.
According to John, he spent four years learning welding yet with all his hardwork, he is barely able to make enough money to get by daily.
He said that he is not happy because he cannot make millions just like his friends who are cashing out with Yahoo Yahoo.
The 25-year-old said; ”My name is John. I am 25 years old. I am not too happy with my life because everyone I grew up with are now making money through yahoo yahoo. I learnt welding for the past four years but nobody wants to give me job because they feel like I am too small or not up to the task.
I have been trying my best to meet up with life. My friends are doing things, making money, buying cars. I just feel left out in everything.”