His choice to dismiss what may appear a divine arrangement for some depended on the preface that he was worth more than that.
He reveals to Saturday Beat: “If your confidence depends on the amount you have in your financial balance, at that point you have a genuine confidence issue. Ideal from when I sang my absolute first melody, somebody offered me N80m record bargain yet I turned it down and at the time, I didn’t have N300,000 in my record.”
He proceeds with: “My first record bargain offer from the UK was £356,000, I turned it down however at the time, I had completed a visit and the aggregate sum I earned was £12,500. I utilized the cash to shoot the recordings of a portion of my tunes. I was left with £20; they were putting forth me £365,000, however, I turned it down. I did that because in light of the fact that my esteem was not subject to what was in my record.”
Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade as the performer is known in private life educated in Ghana where he had the chance to record with music maker PeeWee just as KluMonsta.
He discharged his presentation mixtape, ‘Going to Blow’ in July 2013 and shot to spotlight following the arrival of ‘Skin Tight’ in 2015.
Regardless of visiting the world and profiting from music, the artist says he doesn’t claim a vehicle on the grounds that there are better activities with his cash.
“Till today, I use Uber yet I couldn’t care less and coincidentally,” he says. “I don’t pay for the ride since I was given Uber credit. However, in the event that you see me in the Uber vehicle and feel that Mr. Eazi is poor, what is my business (with that)? For example, everyone around me has vehicles, furthermore, I purchase autos for individuals. In the event that it bodes well for me to utilize a Uber, for what reason would it be a good idea for me to drive? For what reason would I pay about N100m for a vehicle that I would presumably drive only five times each year?”
“In the brief span I have spent on earth, I have profited. While I was into mining, I had so much cash that I was inhabiting a place that was a short distance far from the airplane terminal in Accra and I was paying my lease in dollars.
“I was profiting. That demonstrates to you how costly it was nevertheless I went from that point to hunching down with my companion in a one-room condo. I was resting on the floor in his room. Additionally, when I was doing the matter of moving drinks, we began with a case and in a brief time, we started to import four compartments at regular intervals. From bringing in four holders at regular intervals, we returned to nothing. In my life, I have had ups and down. In the event that my self-esteem depended on material things, I would have slaughtered myself.” Mr. Eazi is presently in an association with Temi, the little girl of Nigerian very rich person oil financier, Femi Otedola.