Temi Otedola’s boyfriend, Mr Eazi has got many people reacting on the internet over the heavy bills he shows off online. The singer shares a photo of his bills at a club in Victoria Island Lagos where he spent over 8.3 million.
This popped up many reactions from Instagram users as most of them couldn’t help but to react to this post. From the bills shared online, just 8 things that were bought at the club cost Mr Eazi the sim of eight million three hundred and ninety seven thousand five hundred.
Taking to the internet, Temi Otedola’s boyfriend, Mr Eazi cries out with his caption asking who will pay the club’s heavy bill. From the screenshots, the lists of things bought are Water, Teriyaki Chicken, Rock Prawns, Loaded Fries, Shisha NV, Clase Azul Repos, Don Julio 1942 & Dom Perignon NV.
See screenshot below:
After this surfaced online, it got many people’s attention as they were wondering how he spent such amount in one sitting. According to some of the commenters, one stated that Mr Eazi shouldn’t worry himself that Otedola got him covered. Another reacted saying Mr Eazi would pay the bill himself because he has enough money to buy whatever he wants.
Checkout some of the reactions his posts generated online:
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