Mr. Eazi has gotten a lot of attention on the internet for the massive bills he flaunts online. The musician posted a photo of his receipts from a club in Lagos' Victoria Island, where he spent more than 8.3 million naira.
Many Instagram users reacted after seeing the receipt from the club. Mr. Eazi spent eight million three hundred and ninety-seven thousand five hundred naira on just eight items purchased in the club, according to bills leaked online.
Mr. Eazi has taken to social media to cry out, wondering who will pay the club's hefty cost. Water, Teriyaki Chicken, Rock Prawns, Loaded Fries, Shisha NV, Clase Azul Repos, Don Julio 1942, and Dom Perignon NV are among the items purchased, according to the screenshots.
Take a look at the photos below:
When this was posted online, it drew a lot of attention since people were curious as to how he spent that much money in one sitting.
According to some of the comments, Mr. Eazi shouldn't be concerned because Otedola has him covered. Mr. Eazi will pay the bill himself, according to another, because he has enough money to buy whatever he wants.
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