Beautiful mansions supposedly located in Anambra state have set social media on fire as people used them as examples to show that Igbo men are wealthy.
Trendy conversations online around the show of wealth aligned with the popular argument that though Forbes and Bloomberg may not rate Igbo men, there are big money bags.
Photos of the luxurious houses were first posted by a Twitter handle @Waynetipsy who captioned them with:
“Igbo men don’t joke with their village mansions!!!”
Igbo men don’t joke with their village mansions!!! pic.twitter.com/3ssekrhWea
— Etoniru (@Waynetipsy) January 8, 2021
About 24 hours after the shared photos went viral, another social media user with the handle @yungruffdad shared more photos, some of which bore similarities to the earlier posted ones, and said: “Woke up to our house trending. Anambra Igbo men.”
— yungruff💰💻🎙 (@yungruffad) January 9, 2021
Claiming the building is ‘their’ house, the young man then shared a YouTube video from a page under the name “yungruffad” that gave some tour of the luxurious house.
It should, however, be noted that at the time of writing this report, Legit.ng cannot authoritatively say where the buildings are cited or who owns them as both handles are aliases.
Read some of the comments the buildings generated online:
@MaziEzenna said: “Omo this thing be like blood money.”
@CDazlyn said: “I passed this house this evening. Around Nnobi, right? The fence is wonderful. I was staring like crazy.”
@yungruffad replied: “Wow, Yh Nnobi.”
@Tee_Classiquem1 said: “I can sweep car garage dear.”
@yungruffad replied: “God will not let you in Jesus name, AMEN.”
@TruthSerum007 said: “If no be Anambra.. I no dey marry.. Lol.. Them be things oO.. Money and success runs in the DNA.”
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