‘Ejigbo Boy Don Turn Landlord For Island’
Nigerian comedian, Kenny Blaq has taken to social media to jubilate after he acquired a multimillion Naira house on Lagos Island.
Omadaily reports that the comedian took to his Instagram page on Friday evening to share the good news.
While urging his colleagues in the entertainment industry to join him in thanking God, Kenny Blaq teased himself stating ‘Ejibo boy has turned a landlord on Lagos Island’.
He captioned the post: “I been no wan loud am, but then say when GOD bless you, you no fit hide am. Ejigbo boy don turn landlord for island. Help me thank GOD”
As expected, many of his colleagues reacted to the post as they stormed the comment section with congratulatory messages.
koredebello wrote: “Congratulations”
woliagba_ayoajewole wrote: “Congratulations”
biolabayo1 wrote: “Congratulations Kenny”
lasisielenu wrote: “Awwww I’m so proud of you son On Code”
officialomoborty wrote: “Continue my brother”
debbie_shokoya wrote: “Congratulations Dear”
bolajiogunmola wrote: “Congratulations and happy birthday”
Davido Was The Underdog – Akon Speaks
Meanwhile, Senegalese-American legendary singer, record producer, and entrepreneur, Akon has shared his thoughts on some Nigerian singers and their methods of succeeding in the music industry.
In an interview with SWAY, Akon praised Burna boy and described him as a beast who is always bringing out the ‘Nigerian’ and ‘African’ in his music.
He acknowledged his consistency and commitment to his songs.
Speaking on Wizkid, he called him a superstar who always gives quality music. He argued that Wiz could drop a single record in a year and it would maintain its relevance for the whole year.
Sharing his thoughts on Davido, the record producer called the DMW boss a hard worker and explained that he was once the underdog as people had preferred Wizkid to him.
He insisted that Davido had to work super hard to get to where he is today, adding that his family money makes it easy for him to constantly drop albums and he is able to beat people with quantity over quality because he can afford to.