Mompha’s 9 year-old son has been named ‘world’s youngest billionaire’.
According to The Sun UK, he is an adorable little lad who travels the world in a private jet and has several mansions to his name.
He is thought to be the world’s youngest billionaire at nine years old, the newspaper reports.
Mompha Junior, from Lagos, Nigeria, owned his first mansion at the age of six and already has an entire fleet of supercars, the paper claims.
Mompha Jnr, whose real name is Muhammed Awal Mustapha, is a baby influencer with nearly 27,000 followers on Instagram looking on in envy at his lavish lifestyle.
His posts show him tucking into luxury meals while cruising in a private jet, and sitting on top of a cream Bentley – which dad Mompha is thought to have bought him as his first car.
The smartly-dressed boy captioned the photo: “My First Ride BBB… Thanks Daddy.”
Another photo posted shows Mompha kitted out in a designer outfit with the caption: “Feeling Like a Boss.”
Often pictured standing in front of super cars, Mompha Jnr gives a glimpse into his life in enormous homes in Lagos and Dubai, UAE.
The little social media star is the son of Ismailia Mustapha, a multimillionaire Nigerian celeb who goes by the name Mompha.
With a whopping 1.1 million followers on Instagram, he shows off his extravagant lifestyle on the platform – including how he spoils his kids.
In one post, he features Mompha Junior and his little sister Fatima dressed head to toe in Versace, with the caption “Expensive Little Kids.”
In another post, he gushes over little Fatima, who is wearing a Fendi T shirt and shoes as she celebrates her third birthday.
He writes: “Every single day since you were born you’ve added something amazing to my life. I can’t imagine my life without you in it.”
Mompha Snr also praises his wife, who he calls “Cash Madam” in his posts.
In one video, he writes: “I feel so blessed to have such a beautiful and supportive life partner like you.”
Other photos show Mompha hanging out in luxury hotels, driving plush cars and rolling around in banknotes.
It’s thought the millionaire bought Mompha Jr his first mansion for his sixth birthday in 2019.
He reportedly wrote at the time: “Home ownership is a feeling that makes life’s daily grind worth facing. It reassures you that after all the ups and downs you have a place to go to…. A place that will never judge you and always invite you with open arms…”
He added in other posts that his son should be celebrated for his own achievements, saying the nine-year-old has “paid his dues in full.”
Mompha is thought to have made his millions from a bureau de change business in Lagos before moving into investments.