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“WENT FROM HUSTLING FOR FREE BED SPACE TO INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE”- Singer Asake Goes Emotional As He Becomes a Landlord

Popular Hip-Hop Singer,  Ololade Asake, who refers to himself as Mr Money, is now a proud landlord as he recently took to social media to share a picture of his new home.

The singer, who is signed to Olamide’s Yahoo Boy No Laptop (YBNL) label, took to his social media timeline to share the good news as he said he went from searching for free bed space to having his own home.

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Asake opens up on how Olamide took his career to another level as he did for Fireboy DML, Lil Kesh, others.  Asake shares a picture of his new home.

Fans, celebrities congratulate Asake on his new home. 

SOJ WORLDWIDE captured some of the congratulatory messages from some of the singer’s fans and followers.

SEE THEM BELOW:

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REALMCFISH: “Congrats bro well deserved.”

FATHERDMW55: “Congrats MR money Izz going ❤️.”

POCO_LEE: “E remain one more Range RangeRover meji E lo lo ma je?? More blessings my bro.”

_OMOLADETIMMY: “Mr money with vibe❤️.”

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OFFICIALKONPETER: “Asake bad boy for life.” 

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Written by Ruth Semilore

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