Nigerian Rapper, CDQ, Sets The Pace For Landlords

Nigerian Rapper, CDQ, Sets The Pace For Landlords

Pearl Emmanuel

Nigerian artist, popularly known as CDQ, has set an example for landlords with his recent act of kindness towards his tenants.

Due to the partial lockdown imposed on Lagosians to curb the spread of coronavirus, the artist decided to slash the rent of his tenants by 30% and let them live rent-free for three months.

He made this known on his Instagram page, where he shared a copy of the agreement he made with his tenants.

Read what he wrote below:

"So I was on the phone with my lil brother last-night for almost 2hrs discussing the issue of this deadly Corona Virus... I’ve never spoken to him for this long before 🤦‍♀️ Last night I realized how much I’m meant to have loved him... mostly I’m always concerned about my mum and my little sister, and I’ll be like after-all he’s a guy he’ll be fine 🤗 So last night we concluded on taking some burdens off the people that are attached to the little properties we have control over in this temporal hard time.

“I believe if there’s no productive activities happening with the ongoing shut-down issues everywhere right now, there has to be a way we can be rational and fair to ourselves to make life easy for our fellow humans... cos against all odds...we are all we’ve got ❤️ I’m actually posting this not as a show off but to commence a movement that will probably influence everyone with good heart out there to make life easy in this hard time for anyone under or attached to us somehow... Thank You 🙏 "

“This is considerate of him, knowing that, should in case a tenant is a trader would mean so much for him/her.”

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