How I spent money made from ‘Elon Musk’ song - Shallipopi



By Taiwo Okanlawon

Fast-rising Nigerian singer, Crown Uzama, popularly known as Shallipopi has revealed that he spent the first income he made from music on sex workers.

In an interview with Turntable, hosted by Odumodublvck, the rapper, Shallipopi was asked how he spent his earnings from ‘Elon Musk’.

In response, the singer revealed he used his first earnings to order “oscroh”, street slang for sex workers.

“I chop ham na, normal. I used ham order oscroh,” he said.

The self acclaimed ‘Pluto President’ who hails from Benin, Edo State rose to fame after his hit single ‘Elon Musk’.

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Last year, Shallipopi disclosed how lucrative the music industry is and likened it to returns in ritual.

The ‘Elon Musk’ crooner made this revelation in an interview with the Zero Conditions podcast, where he shed light on how the abundance of music money has transformed his financial situation.

He also addressed concerns about the lyrics of his song ‘Ex-Convict’ promoting fraud.

The singer clarified that the song is not about him and is intended to resonate with people who have been convicted of crimes.

“If you have not been convicted before, you might say you do not understand it,” he said.

“Leave it for people that understand it.”

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