Watch sad video as rich man runs mad, dances in the market, many react
- A touching video showing the state of a man who was once considered rich has melted hearts on social media
- The man who is believed to be mentally challenged was seen dancing in the market to no audible music
- It is reported that the man helped people when the going was good but today no one came to his aid
A man who was once rich has been spotted roaming the market in a mentally challenged state.
A netizen shared the sad video on TikTok as he gave an insight into how the fellow lived his life when the going was good.
According to the TikToker, the unidentified man was nice and helped people with his resources, but today, no one came to his aid.
“This man was a very rich man and he helped a lot of people but see what happened to him today, hmmm no one knows tomorrow,” he wrote.
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In the clip, the mad man is seen showcasing dance moves in the market while rocking casual wear.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
RICH AUNTY said:
“Someone did this.”
Nana Yaw said:
“May be he is just happy… Rich ppl acts funny sometimes.”
“U know Africa we have very bad people l think someone do something bad to him u know people never joke with people they are not easy.”
“Well you should imagine where he got his wealth from..satan never gives without after endind you in public disgrace.”
“Has he been sent to a psychiatric hospital? he is mentally challenged and needs help, not all you see is spiritual.”
Cindy for real said:
“Hmm my uncle is going through same situation I cry anytime he is acting this way.”
“Our sources of richness in Ghana is questionable. Always God has helped the person to be rich . Ghanaian way of richness is a question mark.”
Rich man who made N3m monthly goes broke
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a rich man who made N3 million monthly had gone broke and was spotted selling nose masks.
While speaking to The Standard, the businessman said he ventured into photography and became a freelancer where people would hire him to take photos and videos for a fee.
In 2002, Muthee said he opened a studio that became an instant success as he would make up to KSh 150,000 (N556,401) per day.
He added that the job enabled him to meet several household names including businessman Manu Chandaria and several presidents.