- Taking to his insta story Paul Okoye advises artists currently making waves in the music industry to invest in order to avoid future stories.
- This post from Paul Okoye follows an increase in the number of ailing actors going online to beg for financial assistance.
Nigerian singer Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy, has taken to social media to offer a piece of advice to his colleagues and fans.
The talented artist, who has witnessed both the highs and lows of his musical journey, emphasized the importance of investing one’s earnings wisely.
Paul Okoye urged his fellow musicians and followers not to misuse their imcomes, but rather to diversify their streams and make smart investment decisions.
Paul Okoye’s post comes in reaction to the growing number of sick entertainers pleading for money online.
Recently, online users started raising money for Mr. Ibu, who had his leg amputated and is now in the hospital getting treatment.
Additionally, 61-year-old actor Amaechi Monagor has been asking for assistance from the public as he fights diabetes, kidney disease, and stroke.
Paul Okoye advises currently popular artists to invest now they have enough to spare, in order to prevent ugly situations in the future.
“Seriously a lot is going on in the industry including depression and all 000 But abeg if e reach your turn to shine ehh!!..abeg try to the invest… e no easy atall. AVOID STORY THAT TOUCHES Me sef don Taya to the hear stories E come be like na loose guard industry.”
See reactions below;
kevin: Most of this Artists want to Flex like Davido but they don’t know that Guy might probably invest some of his funds in his fathers company.. They buying necklaces that depricit in value within a year instesd of house.
emeka_: In short, invest in your future whenever possible because nothing is guaranteed.
xpensive_fatima: This advice is for shallipopi and not portable cos I Kuku trust that one 🤭😂.
nnenna_blinks_: The Basic law of gravity will touch most individuals in that moment make use of what you have and preserve some for rainy days. You can shine forever and Life is unpredictable.
eniola__sarah: It’s not only about musicians, this is for us all. A word is enough for the wise and yoruba will say abo oro la so fun omoluwabi, to be denu re a di odidi.
thick_madame_lifestyle: I hope they hear . Thanks for this . Make hay while the sun shines.
See screenshot of the post below: