Nigerian music star Davido buys a new Ferrari car worth ₦217million

Nigerian music star Davido buys a new Ferrari car worth ₦217million

Nigerian music star, Davido recently bought another car just a few days after his colleague bought 7 at once. Read the full gist!

The past few weeks seem to be a spending spree for popular musicians in Nigeria. Just a few days ago, we reported that Star boy, Wizkid bought seven new expensive cars at once. Well, a new report has confirmed that Nigerian music star – Davido has also bought a new Ferrari car worth over ₦217million. These recent WINS of Nigerian musicians seem to hint that the entertainment industry is booming at the moment.

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Nigerian music star, Davido is rumoured to have bought a new Ferrari car worth ₦217million.

In case you missed it, the most popular Nigerian music stars including Burna Boy, Wizkid and Davido have all bought new cars recently. As a matter of fact, a lot of their fans are now suggesting that the music stars might be trying to outdo one another at this point. Some social media users are even trolling Davido by alleging that he bought his new car just because Wizkid acquired 7 cars last week. Meanwhile, it should be noted that Davido didn’t announce his new car purchase by himself. Yes, it was a car dealer with the Instagram handle @edikanexotics that called on him to come to take his Ferrari SF90 Stradale sports car.

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It is worth mentioning that last week, a car dealer with the Instagram page @moaglobalservices disclosed that Wizkid ordered 7 cars at once. In a very similar pattern, a different car dealer also called on Davido this week to come for his new sports car. This is why many people are arguing about the possibility that the musicians are probably competing at the moment. But in any case, Davido paying for a car worth over ₦217million is definitely an “expensive” competition if that’s the case.

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