Moet Abebe Insists One Should Have Nothing Less Than N7 Million To Club, Shares Receipt

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Media personality Moet Abebe has backed up a boast she recently made about spending millions during a night out, emphasizing that one needs at least N7M to enjoy themselves at clubs.

Moet Abebe showed off the amount of money she spent during a recent outing at a clubbing running into millions of naira.

Recall that during a podcast, reality star Tolanibaj supported Moet Abebe’s statement, stating that anyone with less than N7M to spend at clubs should just stay home. They both agreed that N7-10M is necessary to have a good time at clubs.

Moet Abebe provided evidence to support her claims by sharing a receipt from her recent outing, where she spent a total of N14M on various items. She remains firm in her belief that a significant amount of money is required to have a great time at clubs.

Sharing the photo, she wrote:
“DO NOT ARGUE WITH Now do you see what I am saying… to BALL you need 7-15M. the word is BALL not just go clubbing…. To BALL!!!!!! And make a statement… two different things entirely…so we can all move on now I will delete shortly”

In other news, Nollywood actor, Alex Ekubo, has expressed his grief over the tragic boat mishap in the Anam River by penning a heartfelt note to mourn his colleague, Junior Pope, and the other lives lost.In a lengthy Instagram post, Ekubo emphasized the importance of having compassionate and wise individuals around us during our most vulnerable moments, rather than those who exploit our situations for personal gain.

Reflecting on the fragility of life, the actor questioned its meaning, highlighting how swiftly one can transition from being alive to being gone.

The boat accident’s devastating impact has left Ekubo in a state of shock, particularly as it coincided with Junior Pope’s birthday.

Since then, he has found it difficult to fully engage in any event or function, as he empathizes with the unimaginable pain and confusion experienced by the victims’ families.

He wrote:

“What is the meaning of life?
One minute we are here, the next minute we are not.
The tragedy of the boat accident that happened days ago, still has me shocked to my bones.
While I was celebrating my birthday, others were fighting for their lives.

I haven’t been able to attend any event or function properly since then, as I can only imagine the unbearable pain & utter confusion the families of all those whose lives were lost are in.
It’s incomprehensible the amount of senseless & avoidable deaths we are faced with each day in this country.

More shocking & heartbreaking is the merry-go-round during a critical emergency, the sheer display of ignorance, nonchalance & high-level illiteracy.

May we be surrounded by people with wisdom, & human sympathy in our helpless moment, & not those more interested in creating content out of our situation.

Dear God, please accept the souls of Jnr Pope, Abigail Frederick, Precious Oforum, Joseph Anointing & any other, forgive them their sins & grant them eternal passage to heaven.
Please oh Lord, give their families divine strength to bear this irreplaceable loss.
If they’ve ever needed you, they need you now.

To those who survived this mishap, or are affected by it directly or indirectly & are dealing with the trauma, please God comfort them on every side.
To us all, let this be a reminder that life is fickle & but a fleeting mirage.

May we tread carefully & go through life knowing that none of us knows which day will be our last.

Yesterday it was #MohBad today is #JnrPope&Co tomorrow it can be anyone.
Death is final, Life is fragile.
What is the meaning of life?
One minute we are here, the next minute we are not”.

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