Emeka Okonkwo alias E-Money, the younger brother of “Limpopo” crooner Kcee, has proven over time that you don’t have to be a crowned king for you to live like a king. Since Saturday, January 11, 2020, when he released pictures of the interiors of his palace-like mansion, the social media space in Nigeria has been on fire.
The fact that the business entrepreneur and music label boss is reportedly constructing 2.5 kilometres of road in Uli (his hometown), Anambra State, does not move Nigerians but the exotic touch of luxury in his mansion is what they are talking about.
Even the news that Nollywood actor, Pope Odonwodo, popularly known as Junior Pope, who just received a Lexus jeep Gx-470 as a gift from E-money, denied that he begged E-money for the car as popularly speculated, was not enough to stop people from talking about E-money’s bedroom.
Have you seen the bedroom? The bed looks like what one can only imagine being in the bedroom of Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom. Everything looks like it was made from pure gold. And the size of the bed is another talking point entirely.
He also showed other aspects of the mansion, each segment of the mansion he showed, looks like it was really made with gold.
Check out the palace E-money calls a house here:
Through the years, especially after Kcee made the Five-Star Music Label owned by E-money popular in 2013 when he released Limpopo, the multi-millionaire has not seized to keep people talking about him. He has made himself known on Social media as a lavish spender.
He always flaunts his wealth and luxurious life on social media to the extent the Police had to caution him in order not to draw criminal elements to himself. Still, the money man can’t stop doing his thing.
For the benefit of those who might be wondering where his millions come from, available data showed that the turn around in the life of a once poor E-money started in 2003 when he was awarded 2 Million Dollars contract. From then, he ventured into, oil and gas, music, shipping and real estate businesses.
Despite all these, most people are still wondering whether the money he makes from the chain of businesses mentioned above, is enough to sustain the lavish spending he is known for. They argued that even Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenugu, Femi Otedola and others who have been making money long before he started, have not been lavishing wealth the way the 38-year-old does. But who are we to judge?