Nigerian celebrities are making the nation proud and planting a smile on the faces of their fans through their creativity and sheer hard work.
It is no surprise that the hard work pays off as these celebrities do not hesitate to flaunt the dividends of their hard work on social media. One of these dividends is the exotic cars they purchase to inspire their fans.
Here are the Five Nigerian celebrities with the most exotic cars.
5. DJ Cuppy
Even though she is from a wealthy background, this disc jockey, Florence Otedola, fondly known as DJ Cuppy, has carved a niche for herself in the Nigerian music industry.
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Asides from her passion for music, she also has a flair for exotic cars. The Gelato singer has a customized Rolls Royce Phantom. She revealed that she waited for over a year before she eventually picked up her car order.
DJ Cuppy also bought herself a silver Ferrari that reportedly costs half a billion naira. She recently bought her father an N18m Rolls Royce as a Christmas gift.
In her parking garage, she also has a pink Ferrari that was gifted to her by her father.
4. Jim Iyke
This iconic Nollywood actor may have been popular for his role as a bad boy in movies, but he has some good automobiles in his garage.
In a chat with The PUNCH, the actor revealed that although he loves cars, the exotic cars he cruises also serve as a business venture for him.
He said, “Whenever I go out, I park my car where people can see it and appreciate it. When someone sees a Jim Iyke in a car, they approach me that they want to buy it. I end up selling the car higher than I got it.”
The actor-turned-rapper has in his parking lot a Mercedes G-Wagon valued at N49.6m. He also possesses a Range Rover sport valued at N26.2m.
Jim Iyke has a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro valued at N11.2m and a Dodge Challenger valued at N12m.
Popular singer, D’banj, is another celebrity that has a flair for exotic cars. The self-acclaimed Kokomaster got himself a 2015 Porsche Carrera after signing an endorsement deal with SLOT. The car is valued at N33.2m.
Bangalee, as he is fondly called, also has in his car park a Ferrari F430 valued at N68m. The Oliver Twist singer also has two Aston Martin Vantage is valued at N50m each.
In his parking lot, the singer also boasts of exotic machines like a Bentley, which costs about N108m; a Rolls-Royce Phantom valued at N164m, a Mercedes Benz Amg GT valued at N53.2m, and two 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado worth about N30 Million and N52m, respectively.
Asides from his car, D’banj has a majestic Harley Davidson bike valued at N2.3m.
Fans of the star got the first hint that the singer was a lover of exotic cars in January 2013 when he crashed his Porsche Panamera in an auto accident and replaced the car with a replica a few days later.
Also known to flaunt his luxury lifestyle on social media, the Essence singer is a lover of the ‘bling bling’. He unapologetically shows off his diamond and gold jewellery.
In addition to his Porsche Panamera, which is valued at N60m, Wizzy also has in his garage a Lamborghini Urus valued at over N101m and a Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible valued at N45m.
The Ojuelegba singer also has to his name a Mercedes Benz G63 AMG valued at N65m, a BMW X6 Crossover valued at N12m, a Porsche Cayenne valued at N18m and a 2012 Mercedes-Benz Kompressor valued at N9m.
No doubt, the leader of the 30BG gang is a lover of exotic cars as he takes to his social media to flaunt the ‘toys’ he has in his parking garage.
Asides from his cars, the owner of Davido Music Worldwide record label is known for his flashy lifestyle and acquisition of diamond watches, houses, phones, etc.
The Fem singer has more than five exotic cars in his garage. In December 2018, he purchased a Rolls-Royce Cullinan 2019, which is valued at N350m.
Davido also owns a Bentley Bentayga valued at N100m, which he bought in January 2018. The singer has a Range Rover Sport valued at N80m ― this he got in December 2016.
He also has a 2016 Mercedes- Benz GLE class 450 valued at N50m, a Porsche 911 Carrera valued at N35m and a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon valued at N30m.