Lydia Jazmine was excited at the time of taking the pics, but that excitement ended after converting, she only had just about 170k
The 'Ebintu Byange' singer left the country two days back to travel to South Sudan, where she had quite a number of shows lined up.
Her very first show at the City Park hotel left her counting slightly over 6,000 South Sudan Pounds which is the equivalent of about Ugx200k at least from the notes we were able to verify.
Jazmine, who was so excited, captioned her sleeping on money pics;
"The JUBA Challenge. Even the 'Rain All Day' couldn’t stop us!!"
"Loving JUBA a lot!, two more shows tonight and it's a wrap."
Some of her fans told her that she should not be that excited in fact, Ykee Benda said that all the money on display once converted could add up to only 5k.
The big notes displayed were two 500 South Sudan Pound notes valued at UGX 28,402/- followed by thirty two 100 notes totalling to SSP 3,200 whicha was the equivalent of UGX90,976/- and the other notes that made up a total of Ugx25,576/- raising a total of at least 160k after including the small notes.
At the time of taking the pics, Jazmine thought she was swimming and sleeping on some good monies, but her excitement ended after she discovered that the money in question was pocket change.
Lydia Jazmine is not the first artist sleeping on money from the neighboring country.
Spice Diana did a similar thing and she was advised by promoter Balaam that the money she was posing with was actually very dirty.
If you got problems from sleeping on dirty money considering that very many people keep it in all sorts of places, one would end up paying heavily on treatment for problems caused by sleeping on money.
The Masuka (Bed Sheets) singer had used the South Sudan Pounds as his 'Masuka'
Lydia, next time you should be sleeping on serious bucks because even Fresh Daddy's law of Mazike saw you sleeping on only three Mazike's...
Short of that, the Hit and Run star enjoyed Juba and will certainly be going back given another opportunity.