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The 50 million pendant and Other things Obi Cubana Customized for himself

Obinna Iyiegbu, popularly known as Obi Cubana, is currently one of the richest Nigerian entertainers. Apart from just living a luxurious lifestyle, One unique thing about him is that sometimes, instead of buying things, he orders a customized one that comes at a higher price. His philosophy is that we should enjoy life while we still can and also help people as much as we can.

The things he customized for himself include the following.

(1) $100 thousand Necklace: During his mother's burial ceremony, he ordered a custom necklace to honor his mother.

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According to his jeweler, Obi Cubana paid $100K, approximately N50 million for the diamond pendant made for him in commemoration of his late mother. The diamond pendant has the face of Obi Cubana’s late mother on it.

(2) He customized his private jet interior: The king nightlife so much loved his mother. Because of this, he got his private jet interior customized in memory of his late mother. The face of his late mum can be spotted on the pillows and table mats of the Jet. According to my researches, Customizing a Private Jet's interior costs a whopping amount of money because it requires lots of expertise.

(2) He got his Ankara customized for him:

Must of the Ankara which is currently trending in Nigeria has a painting in front of it. Instead of buying the regular, one, He made the manufacturer stamp his face on the front of the one he wants to buy. This particular attire has influenced lots of other celebrities as most of them now get their faces stamped on their own Ankara.

(Photo Credit: Instagram || @Obicubana)

Obi Cubana also got lots of his acquired Toyota Hilux, branded with the name of one of his firms, "Casa Cubana". This was spotted in one of the recent videos he posted on Instagram.

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Necklace Nigerian Obi Cubana Obinna Iyiegbu


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