- Rapper Medikal has criticised those who fault others for flaunting their wealth on social media
- He says those people are complaining because they have nothing to flaunt
- Medikal says they would also flaunt their cars if they had any
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Ghanaian rapper and Fella Makafui’s husband, Medikal, has said that those who complain of others flaunting their wealth on social media are simply broke.
According to Medikal, if those people had cars, houses, or anything of value, they would also flaunt it on social media.
To Medikal, shouting “vanity vanity” over someone’s property is uncalled for, adding that it is the song sang by broke people.
He is captured speaking in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, to which many people have reacted and agreed with Medikal.
Kuame, for instance, commented that it is a “true talk”:
kuamepoolparty: “True talk.”
Kofi, Mensah, and Kwasi, also agreed with Medikal:
givenkofibosrotsi603: “True talk oo.”
mensahstoney: “True talk show them something.”
kwasimisadel: “@medikal ibi so n))).”
Medikal has often been in the news for flaunting his house and cars on social media. Recently, YEN.com.gh published such a report in which he flaunted his mansion which was under construction.
In another report, Medikal and his wife flaunted the compound of another mansion they own, putting all their luxurious cars on display.
Yet again, Medikal bought for his wife a brand new Benz with a customised number plate that got many people admiring her.
His wife was in the news recently for being slammed by some fans following a statement she made about “vanity” that got the fans concluding that she was insulting them.
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