Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade popularly known as Mr Eazi has finally gotten himself a brand new Range Rovers. This is coming a year after he gave reasons why he does not own a car.
Recall that last year, during an interview with PUNCH newspaper the sensational singer disclosed that he does not own a car of his own because he preferred to use a taxi-hailing app, Uber to transport himself. According to the singer, he cannot pay N100m for a car that he might probably drive just five times a year because he had people around him who has cars.
Today, being a new month, 1st of December the entrepreneur decided to get himself a Christmas gift, he took to his Instagram page to share his new achievement on his Insta story.
The 29 years old posted a picture of a new brand Range Rovers with the caption; " If I end up not being in one place to enjoy my new car, I will be upset".
The talented singer born on the 19th July 1991 is currently in a serious relationship with Nigerian billionaire daughter, who is a fashion blogger and an upcoming actress, Temi Otedola.
Congratulations 🎉 Mr Eazi, more whips to your garage.
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