Most Followed Celebrity in Africa Continenr, David Adeleke A.K.A Davido, was Called Out by popular American jeweler, Icebox Zahir, for being a big spender when it comes to material Things. Icebox went to His social Media Account to praise the Star
In a post shared on his Instagram story, Icebox revealed how much Davido spends whenever he visits his store in Atlanta, Georgia. Icebox said Davido spends 50 to 100 million naira on each visit. He also shared photos of Davido in the store buying different kinds of jewelry.
Davido is known by many to love spending on luxury items. The singer is always spotted rocking luxury items especially diamond pieces, he rocks diamond-encrusted eyewear, wristwatches, chains, and rings.
The singer also showers his loved ones with expensive jewelry from his wife-to-be, Chioma, to his kids. Naijapalaba.com recently reported that the singer went on a play date with his second daughter, Hailey Adeleke, and bought her the stoned bracelet that cost $16000 (N5.8 million).
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