Stingy Men Association of Nigeria: Meet 7 male celebs that join

Several celebrities in the entertainment industry have also taken to their social media pages to proudly declare membership.
Here is a compiled list of some prominent male celebrities who are championing the association

The faux group identified as the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN) was created as a form of revolt from men who have had enough of giving their hard-earned money to female counterparts. Although the trend started with just a few social media users, it has now gathered momentum with several notable male personalities in the entertainment industry using their voices to amplify the existence of the association.

As if that is not enough, some of these superstars have also declared membership of the group and shared identification cards on their social media platforms. In light of this development, we compiled a list of some popular male celebrities who have join faux association. Check them out below:


1. DJ Enimoney

The DJ holds the position of a Chief Security Officer (CSO).
2. Singer K Solo


The singer belongs to the advisory unit of the association.

3. Comedian Craze Clown


The comic actor holds the position of a disciplinary officer.
4. Singer Praiz


The music star holds the position of an operations officer.
5. Singer Sound Sultan


The singer’s position on his ID card reads “unable to dispense kobo president”.

6. Music executive Don Jazzy


The Mavin Records boss is the head of the union.
7. Singer Mr Eazi


The singer is a brand ambassador of the association

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