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Nigerians mock NBA Geeboy after he was spotted at Computer village trying to sell his old laptop (Video)



Nigerian rapper and internet big boy, Balogun Joshua popularly known as NBA Geeboy, has been spotted at the Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos state.

The self-acclaimed richest kid in Africa went to the accessories market to sell off his old laptop in one of the shops.

NBA Geeboy was however recognised by people who know him from his social media fame, and they made sure to mock him for living fake lifestyle.

The shop owner even modified his name and changed it from NBA (Never Broke Again ) to ABA (Always Broke Again).

The Instagram rich kid still tried to maintain his cover story and even said the studs he wore on his ear was worth N100k.

A video which is making the rounds online shows him negotiating with the shop owner over the amount he wishes to sell the laptop.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile NBA Geeboy had earlier called out Nigerian music star, Davido for buying pendants for members of his crew.

CorrectNG reported that OBO demonstrated why he is hailed as the pioneer of We Rise By Lifting Others motto, which is the principle he lives by.

He ordered customised 30BG diamond pendants and gifted them to each member of his team including his driver.

Davido took to his Instagram story and shared a video of the big sized pendants which had been designed with his 30BG brand name.

American based celebrity jeweler, Benny Tha Jeweler delivered the order to him months after he requested for them.

Davido captioned the clip; ”4 Da Culture”

Reacting to the news, NBA Geeboy said OBO is broke, which is why he could only afford to gift his squad chains.

He said that if Davido was truly rich he would have bought Roller Skellies, which is the skeleton version of Rolex wristwatch.

NBA Geeboy showed off six watches on his wrist and said that just one of them will buy all the diamond pendants the singer bought. He asked Omo Baba Olowo to prove his worth by buying Roller Skelly for everybody on his crew.