Rapper Zlatan Ibile says his first ever show was N45k as he shares grass to grace story

Rapper Zlatan Ibile says his first ever show was N45k as he shares grass to grace story

- Popular Nigerian rapper, Zlatan Ibile, has taken to social media via his Twitter page to share a bit of his story with fans

- The Bolanle crooner revealed how much his life has changed since the inception of his career till now

- The fast-rising star said that his first show was N45,000 but now he collects N15 million and above for shows

The Nigerian entertainment industry might be very hard to break into, but once a person finally hits and gains the attention of many for his or her talent, all good things seem to fall into place for the person.

Many Nigerian celebrities have been known to share their inspirational story while recounting how much their lives changed after becoming famous. Many times, these stars speak on how their music careers started or how people never believed in them and how much they used to earn.

Popular Nigerian rapper, Zlatan Ibile, who started to gain massive grounds in the entertainment scene in 2019, has now spoken up on how much his life has changed since he became a known celeb.

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According to the Bolanle crooner, his first ever show was N45,000, but now he collects N15m and above for a show. Zlatan revealed this information on social media via his verified Twitter page.

He wrote: "My first ever show was for 45k" "15M and above for a show".

See his tweets below:

His life has definitely changed for the better since his first show.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Davido, has spoken on the strained relationship between Nigerians and South Africans on social media.

It all started during the xenophobia period in the country that led to Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, threatening SA rapper, AKA, with violence over his comments on the alleged attack of Nigerians in the country.

Well, Burna Boy’s threats against AKA were not taken lightly by his people and it led to a social media war between Nigerians and South Africans.

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Davido, however, preached unity while talking about the relationship between the two countries.

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