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Mr Eazi Dashes Kelewele Seller ¢2000 At East Legon | VIDEO

mr eazi dash kelewele seller money
Mr Eazi Dashes Kelewele Seller ¢2000 At East Legon | VIDEO

Mr Eazi Dashes Kelewele Seller Money At East Legon | VIDEO

Nigerian singer Mr Eazi has dashed a Kelewele seller at East Legon a sum amount of ¢2000 for Christmas.

This is true from a video that the singer just posted on his official Twitter page.

According to Mr. Eazi in the video, the woman mans a Kelewele joint, one he used to visit with rapper Klu back in his hustling days in Ghana.

The video sighted by OccupyGh.com captures the exact moment the ‘Lento’ singer offered the amount of money to the hardworking woman.

Of course, the woman was scared to take the money as Eazi urges her to do so for her business expansion.

Sharing the video, Mr. Eazi captioned:

“Haha madam was scared lol

Earlier tonight I had my Fav snack from back in the Day!! I remember always eating Kelewele & groundnut at Adenta Lotto Kiosk with Klu. I know one woman who raised 3 kids with a business like this one.

God Bless our Mummy’s.”

God bless our mums indeed.

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In other related news, Mr Eazi has cried out to Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie and Medikal to help him out after he claims he was robbed.

Source: OccupyGh.com

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