African pop singer's fleet of luxury cars is worth N71.9 million [VIDEO]

The one and only Banga Lee shows his worth by the brand of cars in his garage.

D'banj is seen as one of the most successful musicians in Africa and this is clearly reflected by the cars he owns.

On a visit to the pop singer's house, South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, offered us a view of D'banj's fleet of cars.

From the picture, we can see a black Bentley, and two black Toyota Jeeps.

The  DKM plated Bentley is said to be worth around $300,000, that is N46.5million, this is the most flaunted car from the fleet.

The other cars are black Toyota Prado Jeeps worth approximately $61,490, that is N12.2 million each.

$361,490(N71.9 million) is the estimated value of the three luxury cars.

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