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Nigerian Men Be Like Kanye West and Gift Your Wives Shares and Bonds


We all know the Kanye and Kim are about the flashy life; expensive cars, jewelries, perfumes and the likes but the couple took a
360 turn and are instead investing in things that have long term earning potential.

Case in point, when Kanye gifted his wife, Kim Kardashian  shares in some of the biggest blue chip companies in America.
“So for one of my Christmas presents from Kanye, he gives me this little box with a Disney Mickey toy, Apple headphones, Netflix [and] Amazon gift cards and Adidas socks.And I’m like ‘that’s so sweet, thanks!'”

While revealing stock certificates for the five companies she revealed.....

“But then, I open the next box and it is stock to Amazon, where he got the gift cards, stock to Netflix, stock to Apple—hence the little headphones—Adidas stock and Disney stock. She added the caption.... “best husband alert!”. Best husband also means "better husband" down here in Nigeria.

The shares of all 5 companies appreciated last year and they are not cheap; the 920 Disney shares reportedly cost around $100,000 while the Adidas shares also cost $100,000.

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