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MONEY! Davido Gives Himself A $200,000 Custom-Made Emerald Pendant

The well-known Afrobeat musician Davido delighted himself with a customized Emerald jewelry at the end of the year for more than N190 million.

When the FIFA World Cup’s closing ceremony rolled around in 2022, the singer, who had been out of the public eye for weeks, made a triumphant comeback.

On his Instagram page, popular blogger Tunde Ednut unveiled the brand-new customised emerald item.

Tunde Ednut claims that Davido received the emerald-studded pendant for his birthday in 2022.

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“What a way to end the year 2022? FIFA boy, DAVIDO’S brand new EMERALD Custom Piece with OVER 70cts of Diamonds is ready. This chain worth $200,000. Damn! $200,000 = N149,000,000,” he wrote.

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