Top 5 Nigerian Musicians who own Private Jets

Nigerian music has been consistently one of the most lively and interesting music scenes in the world, with an ocean of brilliant performers. These artists put forth a lot of effort, so it's no wonder that they're cash-rich. 

Most Nigerian singers have a net worth in the millions of dollars. They actually have the financial means to live a lavish lifestyle. Nigerian musicians have recently added private aircraft to their list of personal items, in addition to a garage full of exotic cars. 

Here, we focus mainly on the celebrities who have gone above and beyond and can proudly call themselves owners of private planes, or for the most part, travel privately. Let's take off! 

1. Davido 

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David Adedeji Adeleke is his full name. However, he is better known by his stage name, Davido. He is one of the richest artists in Africa. 

The story about the purported Davido aircraft went viral on the internet in May of 2018. According to several accounts, the artist is the youngest private jet owner in Nigeria. A Bombardier Challenger 605 is the name of the bird. 

The cost of a private jet is $27 million (N9,727,599,015). It also needs ongoing maintenance. The annual cost of this facility will range from $700,000 (N252,197,011) to $4 million (N1,441,125,780). 

The singer, however, disclosed the true owner of the plane in the summer "Davido's private jet" of the same year, and it was none other than Davido's father.

2. Dj Cuppy

This talented woman works tirelessly to build her music brand and market it throughout Nigeria and Africa. As you can see from some of her social media pictures, this young girl enjoys travelling in luxury vehicles and by air, just like any other star. 

DJ Cuppy is sometimes referred to as "Daddy's little daughter." She travels on her father's private plane. Nigerian artists who own private jets demonstrate that a personal jet is the finest mode of transportation for many well-known singers since it enables them to enjoy privacy, high-standard comfort, and, of course, post photographs of their lavish lifestyles on social media.

3. Don Jazzy 

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This celebrity is mostly known for being a producer, performer, businessman, composer, and Marvin Records Label CEO. Don Jazzy, the Nigerian music industry's top leader, is said to be among the country's private aircraft owners. 

Jazzy has yet to issue a statement confirming or denying his possession of a private plane. Also, no photos of the big boss inside or near an aircraft can be seen on his Instagram or Facebook profiles.

4. Wizkid 

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Wizkid, or Starboy, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, is a prominent Nigerian musician, stage performer, and composer. Wizkid has been a part of the Nigerian music business for over a decade and has millions of admirers both at home and abroad. He is said to demand millions of naira and thousands of dollars to play at concerts and festivals. It's no surprise that his net worth is projected to be 7.3 billion Naira. 

How can a celebrity musician like Starboy fly on a commercial airline, ehn? Wizkid has a private aircraft that he uses to fly in for gigs and to hang out with buddies like Phyno.

5. Tiwa Savage 

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Tiwa Savage, the Nigerian music industry's music queen, has a lot of money. Surely, a queen like her would never travel commercially. She is a brand ambassador for a number of companies, including Forte Oil, Nestle Maggi chicken cubes, Konga, and Pepsi. Tiwa Savage is a clear sign that Nigerian female musicians are not far behind their male peers when it comes to enjoying luxury. 

-Manners Make Man- was a popular adage in the past, but nowadays, the fact is that -Money Makes Man-. Anyone with money may possess everything they want and, in most situations, do whatever they want.

Source: naijalebrity.com

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