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Rotimi Shares The Investment He Made After Not Touching His ‘Power’ Checks For 6 Seasons


The inspiration behind the decision came from when his father, an investment banker, made him save all of his income from his first acting gig, which was around $250,000. 

“I knew I had to do [club] hostings because that was the only way that I was going to eat because I made sure that I didn’t touch any of the ‘Power’ money,” Rotimi told hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings.

He added, “I just let that collect and build and be there. That was like the nest — I didn’t want to touch that.”

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