A lots of people had reacted after the Ghanaian socialite, Shatta Bundle had flaunted his private banknote counter in a recent video. A couple of hours ago, the Nigerian internet personality, King Tunde Ednut took to his personal Instagram account and shared a short video.Looking at the video, the Ghanaian entertainer stood in his room and held some bundles of money on his right hand. He walked towards the banknote counter that was placed on top of the table. He inserted the money into the machine, press the activation button and watched as it counted the money without stress. After the machine had finished counting the money, the socialite boasted about his financial current status. He maintained that he is one rich man that many people had envied. He celebrated his achievement by dancing around the room. After people had seen this, there had been a lot of reactions among fans. While some commended the entertainer for all his achievements and success, others jokingly criticized his height as they alleged the banknote counter is taller than the owner. Even as this is so, Shatta Bundle is one rich man in Africa who never hesitates to show off his wealth, money, cars and other expensive accessories on social media. Guys, what are your views on this?
Photos Credit: Instagram | Mufasa Tunde Ednut
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