Nigerian singer and businessman, Tosin Ajibade better known as Mr Eazi, has stirred the internet with his surprising revelation about his billionaire father-in-law, Femi Otedola.
The music artist, in an interview with Naija FM, revealed that despite being a billionaire, his father-in-law doesn’t own a private jet, as beloved by many.
The singer made this known as he answered questions on how he moves from country to country with his busy schedule. According to him, he hires a commercial flight but can also hire a private jet depending on his payment.
His revelation has left many talking online.
One Kanmi wrote, “This boy want make dem pursue am comot house cuz sister Cuppy sef no go like this
One Tobezy Jay wrote, “Dem don finally put hand for this one mouth finish so he gat vomit everything out
One The Congress Journal wrote, “You don dey talk too much. You wan make Otedola collect the gift (him daughter) wey him give you?
One I Am Gozi Oleks wrote, “Stop telling his business outside. Some of these people don’t have media training. Don’t enter the family and be spilling their business to the internet”.
"My father-in-law (Femi Otedola) sef no get private jet"
– Mr Eazi pic.twitter.com/fD5L6kvMc3
— 🐬 @𝗼𝗻𝗲𝗷𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗯𝗼𝘆 (@OneJoblessBoy) November 14, 2023
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One Queen Dino wrote, “A whole Femi Otedola doesn’t own a private jet, but Davido and Wizkid have a private jet. What am I missing?
One Yococo Adivine wrote, “It’s not by force to own a private jet people. Lol, he doesn’t have to prove his wealth to anyone lol
One Dani Aworo wrote, “Rich people usually don’t squander their money on useless things. Most times, you’ll see the richest men sitting in the economy. Proper rich people no dey too flaunts tbh, all these our yeyebrities, na scope dem dey use
One Funmi wrote, “Rich people don’t chase clout or tell you what they have. Rich people have businesses, they will use their private jets to rent and make money
One Jayda Corsair wrote, “People really don’t understand wealthy people. Most wealthy people live on credit because that’s how wealth is accumulated
One Olayemi Daramola wrote, “What many don’t know is that the rich and wealthy are very good at dodging expenses”.