Fans questions the authenticity of Mr. Eazi’s claim of a job that used to pay him $6000 a month

Fans questions the authenticity of Mr. Eazi’s claim of a job that used to pay him $6000 a month

Sources close to YEN have revealed that, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, better known as Mr. Eazi concocted the story about his once-upon-a-time $6000 monthly salary.

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Fans questions the authenticity of Mr. Eazi’s claim of a job that used to pay him $6000 a month

Mr. Eazi

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He is reported to have claimed that he once resigned from a job in the oil industry that paid $6000 a month, so he could venture into music, as it was his passion.

Information coming in reveals that he was an intern at a Nigerian oil and gas company.

Fans questions the authenticity of Mr. Eazi’s claim of a job that used to pay him $6000 a month

Mr. Eazi

There is also an alleged LinkedIn page attributed to him, that indicates that he worked at Schlumberger for six (6) months as an intern.

Fans questions the authenticity of Mr. Eazi’s claim of a job that used to pay him $6000 a month

Mr. Eazi's alleged profile on LinkedIn

This has raised questions about his alleged salary of $6000 a month. He allegedly posted a picture of himself to support his claims that he worked as an engineer at Schlumberger.

He has songs such as “Odor”, “Sika” and “Maame” to his credit.

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