Lizzy Anjorin is a famous actress who made her fame in the Yoruba genre of the movie industry. The beautiful actress claimed that her fashion store is worth N80m.
There was a rumour a while ago that the actress has gone broke. However, in a chat with Punch Newspapers, the Kofo Tinubustar rubbished such information saying she was surprised to hear rumours that she has gone broke and wondered why anyone would peddle such rumour about her.
In order to let people know that she is rich, the actress revealed that she currently drive three exotic cars that include a Range Evoque, Chrysler and Xterra Jeep and is also on her way to buy her fourth automobile.
In her words, “I have three solid cars. I drive an Envogue, a Chrysler and an Xterra. I am even about buying the fourth car. How would anybody think I am broke? I am almost tempted to curse all those peddling this rumour about me. They are just crazy people.
‘I don’t have a paraga shop. I don’t know where they got the story from. Of all the actresses that have clothing business, just three dresses from my shop would just be equal to the amount they spent on their shops. My shop is worth well over N80m.
‘Can any paraga seller afford the things I wear? I don’t want to brag but people should respect themselves,’ she asked rhetorically.
The Badagry, Lagos State born thespian has a multi-million naira super store called, Peak Me, in Ogba-Aguda, Lagos, making two of such in less than one year.
Lizzy Anjorin net worth
Lizzy Anjorin is one of the richest Nollywood actresses in the Nigerian movie industry. She is estimated to worth about 80 million Naira.
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