Recently, Singer Davido stirred reactions on social media as he revealed the amount of money he lost due to bad business decision. The singer took to his Instagram story to talk about the incident.
The singer revealed that he had a diamond wristwatch which he sold last year. He said he sold it at a price worth 120k dollars. He went further to lament about current price of the diamond watch. He said the watch is currently worth over 450 thousand dollars. He went further saying that he would not attempt to buy any diamond watch for now.
This means the singer lost a huge amount of money for selling the wristwatch early. If he had waited till this time this year, he would have cashed out $450k( which is over 185 million naira) smoothly without stress. This made him vex and vowed to do away with diamond wristwatches for the main time.
The money has been lost already, so he has to accept his fate. The singer will therefore watch the way he makes decisions anytime it comes to business. What do you think about the money Davido lost? Isn't it much? Share Your thoughts below
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