The 'Sexy Dance' crooner speaks on how to balance money and fame and advises youths to always learn to work hard to live a good life
DR Congo's superstar, Fally Ipupa says money is good but when it starts bringing more problems than happiness, it's declared "bad money".
The multiple award singer and dance spoke with Pulse TV after his solid performance at the GLO/CAF Awards 2014 in Lagos January 8, explaining how he balances money and fame yet stays calm and sane.
'Fame and money is great. Money can change your life and get you all the finest things like houses, clothes and tickets to travel places, but it shouldn't become a thorne in your flesh'
He continued, 'Money is suppose to solve problems... solve your problems and not create more problems for you... then, it's not good.'
The 'Sexy Dance' singer also mentioned the fact that money isn't meant for lazy people. Stating that,
'They say money talks, bullshit happens but to me, money doesn't talk. Everyone MUST work hard to enjoy his life the way he wants to. You cannot sit in your house and think money will fall from the skies, go out and work!'
Given the fact that Fally is now considered as one of Africa's most celebrated artistes, we have to admit when he sang, "La Vie Est Belle" (Life Is Good), he actually meant every single word!