A Nigerian man whose posts about being tired of living a fake life went viral after being shared on Facebook and Instagram, has debunked the claims.
According to the Nigerian man, Oba China, his accounts were hacked hence the post about living a fake life. He wrote on Facebook;
This shit is fake my account was hacked yesterday and the fool have been posting trash wtf!!!!
Pls ignore that shit !!Shut the
This viral post is coming after Port Harcourt first son, Duncan Mighty accused many celebrities of living fake lives. According to Duncan Mighty, his presence in Rivers state has gotten a lot of entertainment stake holders to notice the state and increase it’s popularity.
“I conquered the Lagos market with my first album and I think Nigerian artistes should be able to maximize fame and victory from any part of the country. The fact that I remain in PH city has attracted more entertainment stakeholders to the state, thereby boosting their popularity. I wish other Nigerian celebrities can do or say same about their states of origin.” He said.
“A lot of Nigerian artistes lead fake lives. They claim to be what they are not, just because they want to meet up their peers and fellow artistes.
“I live in my own house, it has a swimming pool, lounge and studio and I make bold to say I didn’t buy it. I built it from the scratch. But a lot of these artistes will claim they bought a house for N300m or N400m.
“But I didn’t spend up to that amount to build my house. If you have that amount, say N500m, you don’t go and buy one property. There are many things to do with money. They claim they have state-of-the-art cars, but that is not my priority. I have choice cars, but it takes a lot of money to maintain such cars.”