The Entertainment industry has showered love on YBNL singer, Asake as he acquires a multi-million naira mansion.
The singer is currently a trending topic after showing off the reward of his hard work.
Revealing how he went from hustling for free bedspace to investing in real estate, Asake showed off his new blessing.
“Went from hustling for free bedspace to investing in real estate”.
Many celebrities flooded his comment section with praises and congratulatory messages.
Obi Cubana, Don Jazzy, Brodashaggi and many more showered him with love.
Don Jazzy: Osheee congratulations bro. You don be double landlord now. This one, and the No1 spot on Apple 100.
Obi Cubana: Congratulations
Pocolee: E remain one more Range Rover meji E lo lo ma je??? More blessings bro
Kie Kie: Congratulations
Cute Abiola: Well deserved
Kemi Filani news recalls Don Jazzy had proven for the umpteenth time that he was a proud advocate of love.
The Mavins CEO won the admiration of social media users as he spoke highly of his rival, Olaminde’s acts, Fireboy and Asake.
The icon had expressed excitement as he watched the video of Fireboy and Asaka’s newly released video for Bandana.
Don Jazzy gave the singers his flowers as he commented positively on it.
This proved his love for all artists in the music industry, irrespective of their label/management.
Praising him, many of the commenters described him as a sweet soul.
In other news, Nigerians had reacted to a chart that expressed the impact of iconic Nigerian rapper and singer Olamide Adedeji on the career of other famous music artists.
A chart which made rounds on social media captured names of fast-rising music stars and already made music celebrities speaking on the impact of Olamide.
The chart included music artistes such as Zlatan, Naira Marley, T.I Blaze, Bella Shmurda, Portable, Skales, Phyno, Jaido P, Asake, Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Fireboy, CDQ and others.
The chart, compiled by a social media user identified as holuwaroyal, revealed how each artiste claimed that Olamide changed their lives and career.