Award-winning singer and songwriter, David Adedeji Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has taken to his social media page to share a lovely photo of himself in a Casablanca designer shirt while in Lagos, Nigeria.
The fem crooner who recently featured an American singer, Tion Wayne, in his new song titled "Who's True" took to his Instagram page to share the adorable photo.
On the post, Davido is dressed in a Casablanca Logo-print Long-sleeve Shirt worth $850 equivalent to ₦484,500 and a Black Laropa Heavy Metal Demin Slim jeans worth $500 equivalent to ₦285,000 as according to an Instagram blog, Davido Wardrobe.
He captioned the post, "WTMG x4" which is an abbreviated famous Yoruba slang "Watimagbo".
Davido's fashion taste is undoubtedly remarkable, his outdoor and indoor outfits are always from top brands and designers around the world which never seem to stop amazing his millions of fans and followers worldwide.
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