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Burna Boy purchases a 2022 Lamborghini Urus Novitec Edition luxury car

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Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning artist, has decided to make a larger and bolder start to 2022.

Burna Boy recently purchased a 2022 Lamborghini Urus Novitec Edition luxury car, and is among the top Nigerian stars that have purchased luxury whips recently, with Davido securing his Rolls Royce Cullinan late 2021.

The nigerian superstar announced the news with a series of Instagram posts showing different angles of his over N250 million exotic vehicle, which in rands roughly equates to R9 million.

Burna Boy, who has a garage full of expensive vehicles, understands how to treat himself to pricey gifts.

In the year 2019, Burna Boy acquired two pricey vehicles in the span of two weeks. The first was the multi-million dollar Ferrari sports vehicle which was then followed by a Rolls Royce, which he revealed on his Instagram page.

Burna Boy’s type was upgraded by Novitec Group, who made it more forceful and adjusted its stance.

Burna showed off the flashy 2022 Lamborghini ride on his instagram stories, truly showing that he was indeed an African Giant when it comes to the music business.

He also posted a video of him taking his new acquisition for a ride around the streets of Nigeria, surely turning heads as he rolled by.

Burna has been involved in a tweet spat with Ghananian musician Shatta Wale, with various back and forth which resulted in Burna challenging Shatta to a boxing match where he promised to rain a furry of fists that would leave a lot of spectators only saying “chineke o” while holding their head in disbelief.

To take it a step further Burna even landed in Ghana in what seemed to be an attempt to have a grown man confrontation with Shatta but Shatta was nowhere to be seen.

Despite this unfortunate incident Burna surely has been rising in international success, and with that we are sure it will also come with a lot of luxury acquisitions in the foreseeable future.