Nigerian Rapper, Ruggedman, lands N50 million endorsement deal

Veteran Nigerian rapper and CEO of Rugged Records, Rugged Man (Michael Stephens), has landed an endorsement deal with a real estate company, Numatville Megacity.

The deal will see the rapper go home with a plot of land worth N50 million.

The endorsement is an initiative of Akin Olowookere, former Board Chairman of Ondo State Land & Housing Corporation, in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development, Abuja.

The deal comes shortly after Ruggedman premiered his most recent hit track, “Seyi Shey”, featuring YBNL boss, Olamide.

Ruggedman signing the deal
Ruggedman signing the deal

Speaking to PREMIUM TIMES, Ruggedy Baba, as he is fondly called, confirmed details of the deal.

“The endorsement only comes with a plot of land said to be worth N50 million.

No physical cash involved, as mistakenly written by a blogger earlier today,” he said.

The award-winning rapper has released several hit singles in the past and is seen as one of the pioneers of the Nigerian Rap industry.


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