- Obafemi Martins appears to be in good hands with fans fighting his battle for him
- Earlier this week, the striker was said to have been disrespected by hip-hop star Burna Boy
- The singer posted a video of his garage on Twitter and immediately a fan replied with Obafemi's picture saying 'I am still ahead'
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Obafemi Martin's comparison with Nigerian hip-hop artist Burna Boy is not ready to go away anytime soon as the fans appear to be taking over the battle.
The 29-year-old singer was said to have disrespected the former Super Eagles striker when they met at a popular club in Lagos.
This fracas has now degenerated into the wealth of both celebrities being valued on the pages of social media in a bid to determine who is superior.
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Several social media users concluded that Burna cannot stand side-by-side with the 36-year-old in terms of many as they splashed the images of the football star on social media.
In response to their numerous support for the striker, the Grammy nominee also shot a short clip of his garage of exotic cars with the caption that says 'riding dirty'.
And almost immediately, a fan of the strike quoted the post on Twitter with a picture of the player standing by one of his sports cars, saying 'I'm still clear'.
He also has a Mercedes Benz SLR Mc Laren, Mercedes Benz G-class, Lamborghini Aventador among odas in his car garage.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles star Obafemi Martins and Nigerian hip hop artiste Burna Boy were recently involved in a fracas that went viral on social media.
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Many things have been said about both celebrities especially comparing who is the richer among the duo.
Martins is known for flaunting cars parked in his garage and among them is his 2017 Range Rover Sport which is reportedly worth £280,000 (N88million).
Oluwatomiwa is a sports editor with Legit.ng. He has over eight years of field and office experience in the media industry. He graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism in 2014 with HND in Mass Communication. Connect with him on Twitter @TomiwaBabalola.