Having money by yourself is boring – Davido

Popular singer and songwriter, David Adeleke also known as Davido has left fans puzzled as a result of his latest post about riches.

The DMW boss took to his Twitter (X) page on Friday, January 12 and stated that it is boring for one to have money all by themselves.

Davido wrote; “It’s boring having money by yourself…”

Many netizens stormed OBO’s comment section and asked him to share his wealth with them and they will prove that having money is not boring.

See the post:

@AndyjnrUmaru commented; Boss abeg, no dash me money.. Make i come work for you, let me part of your creative team, make you dey pay me 🙏. Abeg. Creative Ideas About plenty things dey my head, take a try with me Boss .

@Uncle_sarm; Having money and then tweeting, “It’s boring having money by yourself…”>>>>>>>>>

@GucciStarboi; Tap that money on my head & you’ll know it’s not boring

@mafia3O; Thats why if anyone has money they have to put their friends on as well

Meanwhile, in other news…

Nigerian street-hop artiste, Habeeb Okikiola, professonally known as Portable, has bragged about being wealthy and owning about 30 mansions.

He informed fans that he is a low-key millionaire that has different houses are scattered across Lagos and Ogun states.

The ‘Zazu’ crooner spoke during a recent episode of the Afrobeats Podcast hosted by UK-based journalist, Adesope ‘ShopsyDoo’ Olajide.

Portable also said he engages in a lot of philanthropic works because the more he gives to the needy, the richer he gets.

The father of four stated that music industry is very lucrative and just like Shallipopi, likened “music money” to money ritual.

He claimed to be richer than most of his colleagues who he met in the industry, adding that most of them flaunt “fake lifestyles” on social media.

Portable said; “I’m a superstar, man of the people. People come to me for aid and I have to give them because the more I give them, the more I blow.

“I have a lot of money. The amount of money I spray… I’m not normal but I get 30 mansions. I have houses in Abule-Egba, Ikeja, Sango-Otta, and Abeokuta. I just bought the houses down because of tomorrow. Nobody knows that I’m the owner of those houses.”