- Obafemi Martins and Burna Boy are two Nigerian celebrities trending on social media for the wrong reasons
- It is understood that Burna disrespected the Super Eagles striker while they met at a night club in Lagos
- The duo are lovers of luxury cars and both of them have several luxury items parked in their garages
Super Eagles star Obafemi Martins and Nigerian hip hop artiste Burna Boy were recently involved in a fracas that went viral on social media.
Many things have been said about both celebrities especially comparing who is the richer among the duo.
Legit.ng takes a look at their garages in a bid to point out who spends more on luxury cars.
Super Eagles star takes a tour inside wife's N150m Ranger Rover 2021 Velar he bought on her birthday
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).
The former Newcastle striker also has a Bentley Bentayga which starting price is from $183,425 (N70m).
Obagoal's Iguana 31 expedition yacht is the pick out of the bunch in his luxury items. The luxury boat is reportedly worth $460,000 and the forward purchased it as his 32nd birthday present in 2016.
On the other hand, Burna Boy is also a lover of luxury cars. His Bentley Continental GT cost him $218,400 (N83m).
The two-time Grammy nominee also has a Range Rover Autobiography SUV which costs a whopping $179,500 (N68m), but the car was gutted with fire back in 2018 while he was driving it.
Another car parked in the controversial artiste's garage is the 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia which costs between $157,547 to $220,923.
Burna paid N200m (£524,590) to acquire the Rolls Royce Dawn Convertible back in 2019 and he got it a few days after buying his Ferrari 458 Italia.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that popular Nigerian rapper, CDQ Olowo, has got people talking on social media after a recent tweet shared by Ijeomadaisy on Instagram, about singer Burna Boy's behaviour.
Olowo continued by warning the singer not to let his title, African giant, which he tagged a village title get into his head and push him to misbehave around people he should not.
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