“Invest in Chioma, build her a world-class restaurant” – Actor, Uche Maduagwu advises Davido

“Invest in Chioma, build her a world-class restaurant” – Actor, Uche Maduagwu advises Davido

Controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, has advised Nigerian superstar singer, Davido to invest in his wife, Chioma.

The thespian gave this advice in an open letter to Davido on his Instagram page, suggesting that Davido should make Chioma a global brand.

According to Maduagwu, as one of the biggest artiste in Africa, Davido is capable of setting up a world-class restaurant for his wife, Chioma.

“Dear David, my Chioma is now your wife, invest in her career by building her a World class restaurant in Lagos with a Branch in the UK. It is long overdue, you are one of the Biggest African singers.

“Why CHIOMA no fit be the Biggest CHEF in Africa? If you open a Magnificent Restaurant for her in Lagos, fly your Friends, Chris Brown, and other American stars to Lagos just to eat at her Restaurant.

“Please, why doesn’t she make an International headline as Africa’s biggest Chef? You already have a Global brand, why don’t you make my CHIOM CHIOM a Global brand for Cooking too?” He wrote.

See his post below,

In other news, Nigerian social media influencer and podcaster, Lydia Balogun, has sparked reactions after sharing her response to receiving a N10k cash gift from a man.

During a recent episode of popular podcast ‘Rants, Bants, and Confessions,’ Lydia, along with Maliya Michael and Caramel Plugg, criticized men who make grand promises of spoiling women with money but end up giving as little as N10k or N5k.

Lydia shared her own experience when a man sent her N10k and noted that men should stop trying to impress girls with money they don’t actually have.

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Maliya on her part said that she would sever ties with any man who sends her such a small amount.

When co-host Caramel Plugg chimed in, mentioning that N10,000 could mean a lot to some people, Lydia responded by saying that she is not in a position of need and suggested giving the money to someone on the street or a beggar instead.

“Give it to somebody on the street, am I on the street? Give it to a beggar,” she said.

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