The rich really do live different lives. Money may not be able to buy happiness, but it can certainly buy a lot of things that the rest of us would never consider having in our lives. Whether talking about a pair of sneakers that costs more than a land or a shirt that your salary for a six months won't be able buy.
Yesterday, Grammy award-winning Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, stepped out rocking a Bottega Veneta bag. This particular bag from Bottega is designed for women but Burna smoothly rocked the bag. He hung it across his shoulder while he posed for photos that he shared on his social media.
After many findings, it turns out that this bag is not the kind of bag you see everyday. It's a pretty expensive bag that cost over a million naira.
According to information provided by the Bottega Veneta , this bag is known as Padded Cassete bag and it comes in different colors. This bag will cost you $2990 ( N1,139,190.00) to get it.
Burna Boy is one of the richest musician in Nigeria. So spending over a million naira on a bag is nothing to worry about. However, such amount of money can buy a land in some rural areas in Nigeria.
Can you spend your money on this expensive bag? Tell us in the comments.
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