On Friday, December 31, 2021, the singer revealed this in a post on his Instagram Stories.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
David Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido, said that he earned $22.3 million in 2021.
On Friday, December 31st, the 29-year-old claimed this in an Instagram story.
Davido went on to discuss his goals for 2022. “2022 we make the family rich,” he wrote.
Asa Asika, the singer’s manager, corroborated the report and stated on his Instagram account that they made a lot of money in 2021.
Davido just added a new Lamborghini Aventador to his automobile collection, only weeks after receiving a Rolls Royce Cullinan as a birthday present.
In an Instagram post, the 29-year-old revealed photographs of his new automobile, saying that Christmas had come early for him.
In December, he also signed a huge endorsement agreement with Puma, a sportswear manufacturer.
The pop artist also declared that he will donate N200 million to charity, which he had raised with the help of his pals. To make the total N250 million, he added N50 million of his own money.
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