- Popular singer Zlatan has got people talking after a video showed how he treated a young man selling plantain chips in traffic
- The singer was nice enough to give some small kids money as they begged by his window, but he told the street hawker off when it was his turn
- Quite a number of people pointed out that the young man was already hustling and whatever Zlatan gave him could have boosted his morale
Nigerian singer Zlatan has made a number of Nigerians unhappy with the way he treated a street hawker who tried to collect money from him.
In the video sighted online, the singer was approached by a group of young kids and a plantain chips seller.
The singer gave the kids N500 notes each and the moment the hawker tried to collect the extended note, Zlatan told him off in an unkind manner and told him to go hustle.
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"Funny thing? The guy selling the chips deserves the money more! He knew he had an option to beg, but he chose not to be idle.. he decided to “hustle” by selling stuff… buying his whole ware/ goods would have been a good motivation sha."
"He dey hustle na, na the guy need the money pass. The sun hot dieeeeeeee."
"Ffs he's hustling already, can't you see that?"
"That’s not nice bro."
"This is wrong but who am I to tell him what to do with his money."
"It’s not funny at all, why are you recording them?"
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Popular Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile sparked reactions on social media after he spent a huge chunk of money on ear studs and shades.
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In a video sighted on Instagram, the singer was at a store with popular dancer Poco Lee who hailed him as they both disclosed how much the items cost.
According to Zlatan, the ear studs cost $16k (N6.5m), while the designer shades cost him $15k (N6.2m), bringing both to a total of $31k (N12.7m).