Davido Bemoans The Expense Of Clearing His Lamborghini From Port
The musician is taken aback by the high expense of doing business in Nigeria.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido, a Nigerian musician, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the high cost of clearing his new Lamborghini.
On Tuesday, March 15, 2020, the musician announced this on his Twitter page.
Nigerians should also pray for the country, he said.
“U don’t even wanna know how much I just paid to clear my Lambo… Pray for Nigeria … Jesus,” he tweeted.
The singer delivered a humorous reaction when asked what he plans to do about the shipping of his other exotic automobile by a fan.
“Omo I am my father’s child for that one,” he replied.
The singer recently spent almost N100 million on a Mercedes Maybach.
The new automobile arrived just hours after he played at the O2 Arena to a sold-out crowd.
The new wheels will be added to his already enormous collection of high-end vehicles, which includes multiple Rolls Royce models, Lamborghini Urus, and Lamborghini Aventador models that cost him over N300 million.
Davido also has a number of Range Rovers and other exotic vehicles.
The singer-songwriter has amassed his fortune over the course of a ten-year music career.
The rich heir also has significant holdings in a number of enterprises, including racing, aviation, and the film industry.
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