A South Sudanese man, who calls himself a billionaire, has posted a video on Facebook showing him rolling on a bed covered with what he says is a million dollars’ worth of $100 bills.

Malong rolling around on the bed of notes, which he says is in a presidential suite, and he also covers himself with the money.

Malong rolling around on the bed of notes, which he says is in a presidential suite, and he also covers himself with the money.

In the eight-minute video Lawrence Lual Malong Yor Jnr talks about how he is donating the money to a church in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, and he says that he is also giving money to the

Red Cross in Kenya and neighbouring South Sudan.

You can see him rolling around on the bed of notes, which he says is in a presidential suite, and he also covers himself with the money.

Mr Malong, who is also known as the Young Tycoon, does not talk about how he made the money, but is heard complaining that people criticise him for showing off about his wealth but fail to mention his charitable donations.

 

He says there is nothing wrong with talking about wealth and cites US President Donald Trump as someone who is not embarrassed about how much money he has.

 

“I’m like Donald Trump,” he says.

 

The UK-based Daily Mail reported that last year Mr Malong posted another video on Facebook showing off about his lifestyle.

 

It described him as the step-son of a South Sudanese general.

Source: BBC

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