I’m rich doesn’t mean you should ask me for money – Tiwa

Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa has lashed out at those who consistently beg her for money to attend to their personal needs.

The ‘Somebody’s Son’ crooner said the fact that she is rich does not mean that people should feel comfortable always seeking monetary handouts from her.

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Tiwa stated via her Instagram story that she worked for her money and others should do same because everyone has the same 24 hours.

The award-winning musician also said that as the year progresses, she is working on improving rather than proving herself to people.

She wrote: “2024 I’m working on improving myself Rather than proving myself Read that again Iyalaya anybody. I’m rich bit$h. But no mean say all yall leeches should ask me for money o We all gat the same 24 hours in a day GO HUSTLE.”

In other news…

CorrectNG recalls that Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze once said he has never given his mother money since he was born.

The influencer stated this via his social media page as he stated that there’s no blessing that accompanies the gesture.

Daddy Freeze said there is no blessing in giving your rich parents money and one only gets blessings when they give to the needy.

According to the on-air-personality, If an individual gives his or her parents money when they are struggling then they will be blessed.

He wrote; “There is no blessing in giving your rich parents money. The blessing is when you give to the p00r. If your parents are struggling then you are blessed when you give them money or assist them. ‘Honor your father & mother’ should not be monetized!”

Akin Alabi commented; A mother that has a life will not even want you to prioritize her over your wife.

Freeze replied; Shey na my mama wey be Professor of Law, Vice Chancellor of ABUAD wan get time put mouth for my matter? Sometimes one week sef, my mama never pick my call.. My mother is too busy with her career and doing well financially. I have never, as a matter of fact, given my mother money before. The woman hold her side pieces.