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It would’ve been better to invest like Tacha – Man reacts to Phyna’s purchase of N40m Benz

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It would've been better to invest like Tacha - Man reacts to Phyna's purchase of N40m Benz - man phyna benz corolla 1

A Nigerian man has said the decision of Big Brother Naija winner, Phyna to buy a Mercedes Benz worth N40 million is not a good idea.

He said the reality star should have been smart by investing the money into a business that will bring huge returns and also grow her brand.

He also suggested that she should have emulated her senior colleague, Tacha who is still relevant after different seasons of BBNaija.

The man opined that if Phyna continues with a life of luxury, she will go broke and fade from the limelight in no distant time. He said it was a total waste of money to use a huge sum of money to buy a car just to show off and get praises.

He further advised Phyna to either return the Benz or sell it and buy a Toyota in its place, after which she should then invest the remaining money.

Watch him speak below:

Similarly, the same entrepreneur said it was an unwise financial decision of Afrobeats singer, Zinoleesky to buy a house.

The Marlian Music signee took to Instagram on Tuesday and announced that he acquired a beautiful house.

Zinoleesky shared a photo and wrote “Thank u lord!! My 2023 already started” and it also came with the hashtag “#latestlandlord”.

In response, the Tikok adviser said it was a waste of money for the singer to buy things that he does not need just to impress the public.

He said the 23-year-old artiste is not old enough to be buying house and cars as he should have focus more on learning about assets that make him money instead.

The man congratulated Zinoleesky on his latest acquisition but said that he should have been consulted for business advice.

He said the Kilofeshe crooner will never get rich by buying luxurious things. He also asked the singer if he does not have the desire to leave Naira Marley’s record label and stand on his own.

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