Paystack Co-Founder Ezra Olubi Shares Photos of the Bizarre Attire he Wore to a Wedding Ceremony, many react

Paystack Co-Founder Ezra Olubi Shares Photos of the Bizarre Attire he Wore to a Wedding Ceremony, many react

- The co-founder of Paystack Payments Limited graced a wedding ceremony with a weird and funny attire that got people talking on social media

- Ezra shared some photos on social media in which he could be seen in a feminine attire as he painted his lips

- While some people expressed dissatisfaction with the attire, others came to Ezra's defence

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The co-founder of Paystack Payments Limited, Ezra Olubi, has got people talking on social media after sharing photos of a weird and funny attire he wore to a wedding ceremony in Lagos recently.

In the photos shared on his Twitter page, Ezra wore a feminine attire and painted his lips to grace the wedding ceremony.

Paystack co-founder, Ezra Olubi, shares photos of the bizarre attire he rocked to a wedding ceremony
Ezra Olubi caused quite a stir on social media with his attire. Photo credit: @0x
Source: Twitter

Sharing the photos, he wrote:

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“My friend invited me to her wedding party and all i heard was “ezra get dressed!”

Social media users soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts about Ezra's appearance.

Tweep with the handle @ebose_89069 said:

"If this is what success looks like, then i don't ever want to be successful."

@cruisebaba wrote:

"If Ezra wasn't wealthy, would Nigerians not have upbraided him about his outlook? Nice outfit."

@manizie_ufue commented:

"What values will this generation leave behind? From his looks, he doesn't even look happy and comfortable to be dressed that way. But what do I know."

@shaywhod1st wrote:

"This man has successfully built a world-class company with millions of users daily depending on the app yet pple dat have written waec 15 times, don't know how to write cover letters for job ads, generally unsmart are here bashing & mocking him.
"We can/should do better Nigerians."

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PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android, read the best news on Nigeria’s #1 news app previously reported that PayStack, a fintech startup founded in 2016 by Ezra Olubi and Shola Akinlade, was acquired by Stripe for over $200 million (over N76 billion).

According to Akinlade, the company was not up for sale when Stripe initially approached for the acquisition.

Akinlade said they sold the company because they believed that Stripe would help them with their mission to accelerate payments in Africa.


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