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An inspiring tale about a London based Sikh billionaire matching his Rolls Royce with different turban colours to win a challenge went viral on social media. Reuben Singh, CEO of AlldayPA in the UK took to Twitter to tell a tale about how an Englishman mocked his turban calling it a "bandage" and how he challenged the person who mocked him and won his respect back in style.
Reuben Singh, who is also known as the "British Bill Gates", made a bet with the Englishman who passed the racist comments about the Billionaire wearing a turban.
A bet was laid between the duo for charity.The bet was that Mr Singh could not match his cars to the colour of his turbans for seven days.
Unfortunately for the Englishman, Mr Singh responded in style, showing off his colour matched turbans and Rolls Royces to win the bet with ease.
The pictures of the Sikh billionaire matching his turbans to different Rolls Royce for a week were initially posted on Facebook by Indian bodybuilder, Varinder Guhman. The post then went viral, with over 1,800 shares and close to 9,000 likes.
Billionaire Reuben Singh earned enough on this own amassing big fortunes; however, it lasted only for a while as he was declared bankrupt in 2007.
Known to many entrepreneurs in the UK as the British Bill Gates, Singh accumulated wealth with his hard work and never depended on his father, who has an established business.
Reuben Singh founded a fashion chain: Miss Attitude, which became popular in the 90s Britain. At the age of 17, he worked tirelessly for over 20 hours in his first ‘Miss Attitude' store. With the desire to raise an empire for him, he kept aiming for more and accomplished a lot before he was forced to sell his debt-burdened business empire for a surprisingly low £1 (approx Rs 80).
The Indian billionaire from Britain lost control of his second business, alldayPA, due to his personal bankruptcy in 2007.
Then, between 2007-2017, Mr. Singh worked hard to successfully regain control of alldayPA to once again become the CEO of the Call Answering Service provider.
Thoughts About The Sikh Billionaire Matching His Rolls Royce With His Turbans
While many of us are happy with matching our shirts with pants or shoes, the Sikh billionaire matched his Rolls Royce with different turban colours to own the challenge and give a befitting reply to his mocker. He even tweeted by stating "The Turban is my Crown & my pride". Singh is king indeed!