Naira Marley’s Daughter Brags About His Wealth
The 8-year-old has created quite a stir on social media.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Naira Marley’s daughter has been the center of attention after boldly talking about her father’s money in a viral video that has generated internet outrage.
In the viral video, the eight-year-old firmly says that her father is wealthier than her friends’ dads.
She encourages others not to get too carried away when their dads generate money, implying that it would never match her father’s enormous riches.
Her exact words were, “My dad is richer than any of your dads. So watch out because my dad is richer than any of your dads. So don’t be too excited. I bet the first time your dad had £100, you were very excited. Don’t be too excited. My dad has more money.”
While the video of little Marlian has generated quite a stir on social media, it has also elicited varied views.
Some questioned Naira Marley’s involvement in her upbringing, citing her lack of humility at an early age.
Fans and opponents have expressed their worries and objections over her words, emphasizing the need to establish modesty and humility in children regardless of their family’s income or position.
Tega Dominic, a Big Brother Naija reality TV star, voiced her strong displeasure while others chastised the tiny child for her insensitive statements.
Naira Marley, a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer, has established himself as one of Nigeria’s most successful singers. According to Naira Networth, his net worth is believed to be over $483,000 (N241 million Naira).
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