- Nigerian singer Davido keeps adding expensive pieces to his jewellery collection and he is never tired of showing off
- The award-winning entertainer recently took to social media to flaunt his latest luxury accessory
- Davido had a frog face made into a heavily studded pendant which also had the famous 30BG inscription
One thing Davido is known for apart from his music is his love for expensive, shiny, and heavy jewellery from luxury jewellers outside the country.
In his usual fashion, the father of three recently took to Twitter to show off the latest addition to his already expensive line of accessories.
Since his emergence in the music industry, the singer’s voice has often been trolled with many likening him to a frog.
The Fem crooner finally had a pendant made into the image of a frog, the heavily studded piece sat on a chain that shone brightly under the light.
Under the frog was another piece that had the famous 30BG inscription written on it.
The singer simply captioned the post:
Recall that Davido had earlier commissioned a frog-styled diamond-encrusted pendant to add to his collection of super expensive jewellery.
As expected, Nigerians took to the comment section with views and opinions on the pendant.
Read some of the comments gathered below:
"Baba dun use machala net worth do pendant."
"This pendant is more expensive than wizkid's career."
"Burna boy go de reason how he go beg one of the pendants customizers to help am run gorilla own of N357k. Your influence is too much."
"This chain will buy someone's discography."
"Compete with Davido at your own risk."
"OBO the only baddest. The rest can't catch up. I swear dey no fit."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy took to social media to flaunt his entire jewellery collection.
In a series of posts he shared via his Instagram story channel, the singer arranged his studs, chains, rings, pendants, and watches on a table and declared the day for cleaning.
In another slide, some of the musician's chains and pendants were in a pot of boiling water on a stove as he used a toothbrush to turn them around.