World’s youngest billionaire is just 9-years-old and has a fleet of supercars

This real-life Richie Rich is just nine years old and has a fleet of supercars to play with although he is too short to reach the pedals.

The world's youngest billionaire—Mompha Junior bought his first property when he was six years old and now travels the world in his private jet. The juvenile influencer, whose real name is Muhammed Awal Mustapha, flaunts his opulent lifestyle to his 25,000 Instagram followers.

One photo shows him standing on the hood of a cream Bentley Flying Spur, which was the first car his father purchased for him. In another, he poses in front of a scarlet Lamborghini Aventador wearing fancy clothing from head to toe.

Fancy Richie Rich junior

Muhammed is the son of Ismailia Mustapha, a multimillionaire Nigerian online personality known as Mompha. Mompha senior has the same high-end tastes as his son and is well-known for his lavish spending and A-list lifestyle. This may just be the tip of the iceberg; the pre-teen influencer has many fancy cars, including a yellow Ferrari. All of these automobiles are parked in front of one of his massive Dubai mansions.

Mompha senior travels back and forth between his homes in Lagos and the United Arab Emirates, where he has over a million Instagram followers. In photos, he can be seen carrying wads of cash, staying in seven-star hotels, and driving hypercars. In 2019, he gave Mompha Junior his first mansion for his sixth birthday. He believes that Mompha Junior’s accomplishments should be acknowledged in their own right. Showing appreciation, he wrote on Instagram:

The youngest landlord who wears Gucci and still owns a house. He deserves some accolades cos he has paid his dues in full.

Corrupt Richie Rich senior

Mompha is claimed to have made his riches in Lagos working at a bureau de change before moving into investments. However, he is now facing criminal allegations for allegedly laundering over £10 million.

Mompha was accused of hiding his fortune in fancy watches and other movable assets by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency earlier this month. According to local sources, he was detained in detention for trial and subsequently freed on a £350,000 bond. Nigeria has embraced ostentatious expenditure, with its own crop of Instagram-rich kids flaunting their private jets and jewellery.

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