Controversial actor, Zubby Michael, who had been rumoured to be a money launderer, has disclosed the source of his wealth.
Zubby, who recently declared himself the richest actor in Nollywood, revealed in an interview on Broadway TV that he is not desperate for money and therefore would not go to the extent of laundering money for a living. Nonetheless, he makes his money from acting, producing movies and business. He further disclosed how he recently made N102m from acting after he conducted a check on his acting gigs.
The actor said he shouldn’t be questioned when he throws money in public as he works really hard for it. He also added that he is not worried about rumors of him as his conscience is clear about all his businesses.
In his words;
“People forget to tell themselves that online is not real. I don’t launder money. My honest source of income is acting and producing. I’m also a businessman.
Forget people talking online I wouldn’t go into money laundering because I’m not desperate for money.I love money but I don’t worship money.
My success confuses them but I hate explaining myself and let them continue talking . Clear conscience fears no accusation. I have had this grace since childhood whatever I touch flourishes”.
The Nollywood star who said he wasn’t disclosing his financial status for praises disclosed that he has a book where he writes funds paid when he works. He revealed that a recent look into the book made him realise he has made over a hundered million naira in a short period, not spanning over his entire career.
Speaking further, the actor revealed that he does not pay his tithe in church like other Christians because he does not believe in it. He noted that he rather gives out the money to people and as it stands, he has to give out N10.2m which is 10% of the N102m he just made.
“Because I dey always write 10 percent of that thing and share to people. Because I no dey pay tithe. I no dey go church. I no dey believe all those things. I share it to people. So I dey write am.
So, the last time wey I go check na 102million, that means I have to share N10.2million. So, if you see me throwing money, shut up, you don’t know what I’m doing. I’m paying my tithe in the other way”, Zubby said.