Next time you see Mr Eazi drive by, seating at the ‘owner’s corner’ of a car, it might just be Uber, Taxify or one of the taxi services.

The singer in a recent interview claimed that he does not own a car, because he would not have time to drive, and because he does not give too much value to material things.

He also says that, even though he does not have a car, he has earned enough money to buys cars for people.

For a musician who has other businesses outside music, and made about $1million (360 million Naira) dollars last year from selling his music online, it could be a lot of humility or a lot of ‘forming’.

“Till today, I use Uber, but I do not care and by the way, I don’t even pay for the ride because I was given Uber credit. But if you see me in the Uber vehicle and feel that Mr Eazi is poor, what is my business (with that)? For instance, everybody around me has cars, and besides, I buy cars for people.

"If it makes sense for me to use an Uber, why should I drive? Why would I pay about N100m for a car that I would probably drive just five times a year”?  

“There are better things to do with that money. In a short time, I have spent on earth, I have made a lot of money. While I was into mining, I had so much money that I was living at a place that was a stone’s throw away from the airport in Accra and I was paying my rent in dollars," he said.

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