When these celeb duos appeared on the music arena in Nigeria for about a decade ago, a consistent question has always been hitting up.
Due to that, we took it upon ourselves to assist you do the analysis, gather the information, figures, and anything else that can enable you answer the question ‘Wizkid and Davido Who is the richest?’.
This article confirms to be a documented analysis of the wealth, riches, net worth, the charge per shows, and lots of further information that will give fans more understanding relating these iconic Nigerian artists.
1 . Earnings Per A Show
The basic fee you can determine Wizkid to get paid for a show no matter how popular, how much people will be there or the fund of the event is about $13,0000 (about 5 million Naira).
2 . Houses
He has acquired a mansion in Lekki worth a whopping $175,000, another composition in Surulere which is valued at $333,000.
3 . Cars
These cars include Hyundai Sonata valued at N6 million, Mercedes Benz G63 valued at N60 million, BMW X6 valued at N11 million, Bentley Continental GT speed valued at N45 million, Lamborghini Prime X2 which is worth N25 million.
1 . Earnings per a show
To call Davido for a show in Nigeria, it will cost you in the extent of at least N5 million for home shows while foreign shows earn him up to $30,000 per night.
2 . Houses
Apart from that, he has a house in Lekki that is worth a mere $400,000 when differed to his Banana island home. His third and last house is the holiday home he bought in Atlanta which is also worth up to $20 million dollars.
3 . Cars
He also possesses a Bentley Bentayga which is worth up to $277,000, Porsche Panamera Turbo S which is worth $64,000, Range Rover SUV autobiography worth $231,000, Chevrolet Camaro worth $26,000, Audi R8 worth $59,000, Mercedes-AMG GLS63 worth $115,000, Mercedes G Wagon worth up to $54,000, Toyota Land Cruiser worth $77,000
So if you have ever asked or argued who is richer between Wizkid and Davido, you should know the best answer; it’s Davido.
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