Solomon Buchi speaks out in response to claims that he is a serial beggar.
Solomon Buchi, a social media star, has responded after being called a “serial beggar.”
The self-proclaimed life coach was trending on social media over the weekend, but for the wrong reasons, when several women uncovered exchanges in which he was allegedly seen pleading for cash and personal possessions.
He was exposed by aggrieved women who didn’t like a tweet he posted about ‘broke women’, and slammed him for talking down on broke women when he was once broke himself.
It would be recalled that he advised men against dating broke women because they won’t help them grow, but drain them.
Out of annoyance, different women shared old chats showing him begging for money because he was broke.
They also dragged him to filth for opening a Gofundme to sponsor his forthcoming wedding to his heartthrob, Arike.
Well, Solomon Buchi has now broken his silence in a statement shared on his Twitter page.
He explained that he didn’t open a Gofundme account as claimed, but a cash registry list, which is a common practice among intending couples.
According to him, he opened the cash registry list because some of his followers requested for it, and it’s not compulsory for people to make donations.
Speaking on the chats of him begging for money, Solomon admitted that they are real and not fabricated, but stated that it was a long time ago, between 2015-17.
He said he was broke at the time and asked for financial help from people he trusted, and he didn’t expect them to use it against him now.
Read his full statement below,