- Soso Soberekon of the White Lion Group has condemned poverty, saying it makes a person jealous of others' happiness
- The music CEO said that a poor guy will always think a girl dating his rich friend is doing so because of what she can financially benefit
- Soso added that that same person's mentality will change if he too comes into money and become wealthy
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A popular music executive, Soso Soberekon of the White Lion Group, has said that lack of money breeds an unhealthy attitude.
On his Instagram page, posing with a private jet, he said that a guy who is poor will always see a lady with a rich guy as someone who is solely in the relationship for money.
The music CEO added that the poor man's opinion will change if he were some millions richer, saying that not being financially buoyant causes jealousy.
"A struggling guy will see his rich friend with a babe and call her a gold digger. Give that struggling man 10m naira now, you will see him carrying all the women and begging them to help him chop his money. Na lack of money dey cause bad belle."
Diverse reactions trailed his submission on the photo-sharing app in their hundreds as many seemed to agree with him.
Below are some of the comments:
"Ahswear Flesh and blood did not review this to you jor"
"Where is the lie?????"
"Na condition make man see things expensive na if he they him pocket all go they cheap"
"No be lie. Na lack of money na im make person think say all the people for village na witches and wizard... Shey Dangote get enemy self? Get rich or die trying"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @rutie_xx has stirred conversations online as she talked about married men and faithfulness.
She said if married men shun extra-marital affairs, 95% of female students will go hungry. She tweeted:
"If married men choose to become faithful to their wives. To be very honest, 95% of female student will die of hunger!!"
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