Please Tell Otedola & Dangote to Support My Business With Capital: Man Says in DJ Cuppy’s Comment Section
- A Nigerian man has got people talking about his determination to succeed after he commented on DJ Cuppy's tweet
- The man asked the musician to tell her dad, Otedola, and Dangote to support his egg-selling business with capital
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his comment were wowed by his unrelated but confident words on the post
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A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Tope_Orus went under DJ Cuppy's tweet and made a post that stirred reactions.
On Tuesday, April 5, the musician shared a selfie she took with Akin Adeshina and Aliko Dangote which was captioned:
"Just a quick selfie with two of the MOST powerful men in Africa!"'
Support me with capital
In response, the man shared a photo of him carrying a crate of eggs as he asked the DJ to tell her daddy and Dangote to support his business. Around him were other crates.
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See his tweet below:
People's funny comments
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"How Dangote wan sell egg and cement e no nice."
The egg seller replied:
"na just baba to support my business ni."
"Why Ur head go shine pass the egg."
"More grace to ur elbow."
"See as you fresh 4dp, now u disguise cos of dangote."
The businessman replied:
"I know disguise ooo, this is my recent picture on my dp but the one with egg isn't recent pic."
Man asks Davido for N1m
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that weeks ago, Davido said he will be giving out N20 million to 20 Nigerians who have business ideas as a way to help them in the present harsh economic reality.
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While many have been pitching their businesses and some begging outrightly in his comment section, a young physically challenged man, Adebisi Micheal, got people's attention with how the N1m would help his business if he is given.
Quoting Davido's earlier tweet, Adebisi shared photos of the viewing centre he is running which he started two months ago. He revealed that because he had just a TV, a stabiliser, and a small generator, he can only screen just a match at a time.