- Davido opened his luxury Banana Island mansion in January and for a couple of weeks now, the singer has been updating people with the expensive furnishing
- Beyond expensive TVs and cars, Davido has also invested in automated curtains for his home which has got people talking
- While fans hailed the singer, some Nigerians are of the opinion that Davido shouldn't be bragging that much anymore
Taking to his Instagram story channel, the singer revealed that his curtains are automated as he gave a demonstration from the comfort of his bed.
In another post, he showed off a tiny portion of his bathroom and the efficient shower.
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Nigerians react to Davido's post
Some fans are beginning to get tired of Davido's show-off and they shared their opinion in the comment section.
"This Davido showoff is beginning to look like a poor man who never thought he will make it."
"This kind thing does not last jo. E dey quick spoil."
"U sure say no be Isreal Dey the back Dey draw am."
"That's why the guy na small man, wizkid can't try this."
"He’s not showing off, he’s only catching cruise. That’s my 001 ♂️"
"I’ll never be poor in my life Me too want to show off wealth ha."
"Most celeb have it in their homes, timaya and AY included nothing new."
Davido shows off the interior of his Banana Island mansion
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The award-winning Nigerian singer bought himself a new house in Banana Island in Lagos and celebrated with a party.
In different posts, Davido decided to show off some of the interior and exterior parts of his mansion.
The inside of the singer's Banana Island mansion is tastefully furnished with beautiful lights, soft furniture, artworks, decorative pieces, and some of his awards.
A beautiful feature of Davido's living room is his Bang and Olufsen one of a kind TV set. Rather than sit bare like a regular TV, the huge set comes up and the boards in front of it open up like wings.