- IG big boy Hushpuppi has hailed President Buhari for his great work in Nigeria
- Hushpuppi revealed nobody begged him for money to celebrate Eid this year
- The big boy said things have improved in Nigeria
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IG big boy Hushpuppi has expressed surprise that nobody begged him for money for this year's Eid celebration.
Muslims faithful celebrated Eid on Sunday, May 24, 2020, even though the celebration is on a lowkey as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. While many would have loved to celebrate with family and friends in a big way, huge gatherings of people have been banned by the government until the pandemic passes away.
Reacting to this year's celebration, Hushpuppi said that nobody asked him for money. According to him, it seemed the economic state of Nigeria has improved greatly.
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The big boy went on to appreciate the president of the country, Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, he can see the president's work on the country.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Hushpuppi accused people of donating audio billions.
He does not seem convinced by these pledges and alleged donations from various billionaires and he has taken to social media to question them. According to the socialite, people should check who these billionaires donated their funds to because the orphanages and hospitals in Nigeria are still lacking greatly. Hushpuppi went ahead to describe the alleged donations as audio billions for clout.
In another story, Hushpuppi acquired Rolls-Royce Cullinan worth N127.8m.
The Nigerian big boy, left his fans and followers in awe after revealing he acquired yet another Rolls Royce, this time a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, 2020 model worth N127.8m. He shared a video of the white automobile, showing off the orange leather interior. Sharing the video, he said his baby boo had arrived.
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The Malaysian-based Nigerian big boy seemed to have developed a penchant for expensive automobiles. A year ago, the flamboyant big money spender, left his fans and followers wowed after he showed off his newly acquired black badge Rolls-Royce Wraith worth N137m.
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