Why Would Someone Who Doesn’t Feed His Son and Baby Mama Buy A 70m Naira Watch for His Manager? It’s Fake – Nigerian Social Media User Roasts Wizkid

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Nigerian social media users are on the neck of Wizkid after he recently showed off a Richard Millie watch he had bought for his manager.

Wizkid claimed the watch cost $200,000, or 70m naira.

His gift to the manager came just a few days after Davido showed off his own Richard Millie watch he bought for himself.

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But Nigerians are refusing to accept that Wizkid can spend that much money to buy a watch just to gift his manager, especially as one of his baby mamas recently came out to talk about how he neglected her and his son.

Wiz is being roasted, with some saying he’s lying and others saying the watch is fake.

In fact, one social media user who knows all about luxury watches posted a photo of a real RMM55 watch and compared it to Wizkid’s ‘fake’ one..

Just check some of the reactions below…

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@Junimill1 tweeted; “I asked my self. How can som1 dat doesn’t even take care of his kids and babymama spend 70 million on a watch he didn’t even buy for himself? Why should wizkid claim to buy a RICHARD MILLE watch for his manager? Bcos DAVIDO bought it for himself?? Lol D watch is not brand new.”

@michaelhermann_, a Richard Mille Expert tweeted: “RM55 don’t have that bezel case color at all. The skeleton movement is much smaller and the dial makers are longer”


@michaelhermann_ then tweeted a photo of a real Richard Millie RM55.

Real RM 55
Wizkid’s ‘fake’ RM 55

What do we think?

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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