- Nigerian comedian, Akpororo, has taken to social media to speak about his upcoming birthday
- The comedian in a video demanded that fans get him gifts the way they buy for other celebrities
- This comes barely a few hours after he took to his Instagram page to show off his collections of shoes
As 2020 Valentine's Day draws closer, the excitement of many people is becoming even more pronounced. Not only is it a celebration of love, but many people also look forward to receiving and sending gifts to their loved ones.
For Nigerian comedian Akpororo, however, Valentine's Day is not just the day of love, but his birthday as well and judging from his recent video, he isn't happy about some things.
The father of three in a recent video shared to his Instagram page, spoke about his birthday coming up in 10 days and how he is yet to receive any gifts from people. Talking about other celebrities who have even received offices as gifts, he requested that the generosity be extended to him.
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Watch the video below:
The video has since got tongues wagging as only a few hours ago, the comedian who is also an actor, flaunted his collections of shoes online.
The father of three recently left his fans in awe when he took to his Instagram page to show his shoe collections. Posing behind the array of shoes, he captioned the photo: "Time for clean up #someofmyshoescollections."
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Still on Valentine gist, it is no news that singer, Davido, is big on expensive jewelry. If he's not getting the latest designer shoes and bags, taking her on trips, he is getting her jewelry that costs an arm and a leg.
This time is no different. He recently purchased a Patek Philippe wristwatch for the 24-year-old who only last year, welcomed their first child and his first son. According to reports, the watch is worth $16,220 which is about N5.8m.
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