Naira Marley says he doesn't see the need to show off his wealth

Naira Marley says he doesn't see the need to show off his wealth

- Singer Naira Marley recently got his fans and followers talking after a statement he made on social media

- The Soapy crooner said that he doesn't see the need to show off his wealth

- Some fans and followers hailed him, while others told him to prove it to them

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Celebrities are known to look their status as they package their brand in a way that makes society respect their profession. Meanwhile, they also need to show that they are doing well.

But controversial singer Naira Marley doesn't seem to subscribe to this school of thought.

The Soapy crooner recently took to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share his opinion about showing off as a celebrity.

According to Naira Marley, he doesn't see the constant need to show off to people. He noted that he actually has money.

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Naira Marley says he doesn't see the need to show off as he has real money. Source: @officialnairam1
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A peek through the singer's page on the photo-sharing app, Instagram, one would see that he is not a person cut out for showing off fashionable items. Naira Marley is hardly fully-clothed and when he is, he is clothed in simple outfits.

As expected, some fans and followers had something to say about his statement as they took to his comment section to react.

Read some comments below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that fans reacted after Naira Marley listed four reasons why people go to hell.

The Soapy crooner shared a post in which he highlighted the four solid reasons why some people would end up in hell.

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According to the rapper's tweet which appeared to have been drawn from a verse in the Quran, people who miss their daily prayers, fail to give to the poor, deny the day of resurrection and backbite would end up in hell.

Shortly after he shared the tweet, many followers flooded his comment section with mixed reactions. Some of them commended him for sharing the words while others expressed their hope that the Soapy crooner would continue in his spiritual ways even after the holy month of Ramadan is over.

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