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33-year-old Lady Claiming To Be Dangote’s Sidechick Sets Internet On Fire On New Year’s Eve

Follow @eventlabgh < Bea Lewis, an African-American based in Atlanta has shared photos and statements claiming she has been in...

By Eventlabgh , in Celebrity Entertainment News , at January 14, 2021


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Bea Lewis, an African-American based in Atlanta has shared photos and statements claiming she has been in a relationship with the richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote!

She wrote on Instagram:

“I dated the richest black man in the world.
He broke my heart in 1000 pieces.
I learned more from him than any person I’ve ever met. Communicating with a billionaire daily makes you see the world different than your humble beginnings in liberty city.
I became more organized and finally am able to step away from the daily kitchen operations.
I learned love without strings.
Give your best without expectations.
Nothing is forever.
I realized a half a million dollar restaurant project was a bad investment.
I purchased two properties.
I started a consistent fitness regime.
Became vegan.
Obtained a profitable stock portfolio.
He changed my perspective on work ethic and patience.
Once my mindset changed the universe gravitated me to people that uplifted me and increased my net worth mentally and financially.
To 2021 and powerful encounters. 🎉 #alikodangote #atlantarealestate#amp #HappyNewYear”

For the ninth time in a row, Aliko Dangote was named the richest man in Africa in 2020, with an estimated net worth of $10.9 billion.1 The business empire he began to build more than three decades ago, Dangote Group, is one of the largest private-sector employers in Nigeria as well as the most valuable conglomerate in West Africa.

At the age of 21, Dangote borrowed $3,000 from his uncle to import and sell agricultural commodities in Nigeria, his native country. His business venture quickly became a success, and as a result, he managed to repay the entire loan within three months of starting operations. Ultimately, Dangote was able to turn a local commodities trading business into a multibillion-dollar corporation.

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