‘Sometimes It Feels Better To Be Broke,’ Cubana Chiefpriest Laments Problems That Comes With Wealth

The celebrity barman took to Instagram to share a snapshot of himself looking unhappy and likely going through a terrible period.

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'Sometimes It Feels Better To Be Broke,' Cubana Chiefpriest Laments Problems That Comes With Wealth
'Sometimes It Feels Better To Be Broke,' Cubana Chiefpriest Laments Problems That Comes With Wealth

Pascal Okechukwu, also known as Cubana Chiefpriest, has expressed his dissatisfaction with some of the issues that wealthy people encounter.

The celebrity barman took to Instagram to share a snapshot of himself looking unhappy and likely going through a terrible period.

Cubana Chiefpriest thanked his 3.6 million Instagram followers, saying that it sometimes feels better to be broke.

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The more money a person has or comes across, the more difficulties they see, according to Cubana Chiefpriest.

He wrote:

“3.6 Million Amazing People, So Sweet But Damn Stressful, Sometimes It Feels Better Being Broke Because More Money You Come Across More Problems You See.”

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'Sometimes It Feels Better To Be Broke,' Cubana Chiefpriest Laments Problems That Comes With Wealth

The Imo-born businessman is the owner of Club Xhrine in Owerri. The club was founded after he resigned from Cubana Groups as the General manager in 2020.

Club Xhrine was launched in December 2020, hosting the biggest show ever in Owerri. The Grand Opening was hosted by Omo Baba Olowo himself, Davido.

Chiefpriest has worked with various artists and celebrities, including BBN 2019 winner Mercy Eke, who he sponsored at the reality TV show.

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