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Patoranking surprises Twitter user with all-expense paid Dubai trip

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Patoranking surprised a Twitter user, Olayemi.
Patoranking surprised a Twitter user, Olayemi.

Nigerian dancehall reggae musician, Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, better known by his stage name Patoranking, has promised to take a fan on Twitter on an all-expense-paid trip to Dubai.

The 29-year-old singer has made a dream come true for one twitter user by the name Olayemi who tweeted saying that “I’ll travel to Dubai next year. Speaking into existence.”

The tweet went viral and got Patoranking’s attention who, through his official Twitter handle, made Olayemi’s dream come true by promising her an all-expense-paid trip.

He responded with a tweet saying, “You don’t have to wait till next year...if you have a valid passport let me know you can travel anytime...all expenses paid.”

Many Twitter users could not help but congratulate the lady who got the surprise from the superstar, while some also tapped into her blessing, wishing that someone out there could also make their dream come true.
Last year, Davido also surprised a random fan with N1 million. The female fan identified as Deborah Ezekwe was spotted in a crowd by the singer during one of his concerts and he decided to gift her the money.

According to Davido, he had noticed the young lady throughout the concert, cheering him on. He pointed at her and said N1 million should be given to her. Deborah was given N500, 000 cash and the balance was transferred into her sister’s account.



Wizkid has also not been left out on this. In April this year, word went out that the Nigerian singer gave a fan his expensive diamond-encrusted ring at an event in Canada.

Kingsley Chinweike Okonkwo, better known as Kcee and his billionaire brother E-Money, also went viral on the internet about three years ago when they gave out a brand-new Toyota Corolla and N300, 000 to a shoe hawker in Lagos.

Other Nigerian singers have also been spotted on different occasions dishing out cash randomly to their fans.

Source: Sde

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