Top 7 Nigerian Music Stars Who Were Born Rich

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The journey to fame and fortune for most Nigerian music stars wasn’t an easy road, they had to start from scratch to get to the top, from Grass to grace. Nonetheless, some of them like Davido, falz etc had it easy growing up. considering the fact that they were born with a silver spoon.

Here are top 7 Nigerian music stars who were born rich.

1. Davido

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Its no surprise that Dabido made the list, the Nigerian singer was born on nov 21, 1992 to one of the wealthiest men in Nigeria, , Dr. Deji Adeleke, the chairman of Keplo-Pacific Energy Pacific and and pro-chancellor of Adeleke University, Ede in Osun State. Literally, this guy was born with a silver spoin. 

2. DJ exclusive

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Rotimi Alakija also known as dj exclusuve was born in the UK to Nigerian parents. 

Just like falz, he too also studied in Reading University (and later Brunel University).

He is the nephew to a Billionaire, Nigeria’s businesswoman, Folorunsho Alakija, the richest woman in Africa.

3. L.A.X

L.a.x the musicianL.A.X was born in Lagos State, Nigeria . He had his secondary school education at Turkish International School, -they pay a whopping 1.6 million ass school fees- after which he left to further his studies in the UK.

He is the son of Taiwo Afolabi, the billionaire boss of Sifax Group.

4. Falz ‘The bad guy’

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Falz – the university of reading graduate- was born in Lagos State, Nigeria to renowned lawyers Femi and Funmi Falana. Yes, Falz is the son of Femi Falana.

5. Lynxx

7 Nigerian music who were born rich

Lynxx is the son of John Edozien, a corporate tycoon and also former deputy governor of delta state

6. Banky W

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Olubankole Wellington was born on the 27th of March 1981, in the United States. The Lagos party crooner has ‘born with a silver spoon’ written all over him.

7. Dr. Sid

Nigerian celebrities who were born with a silver spoon
Sidney Onoriode Esiri, popularly known as Dr. Sid was born to a very successful fashion designer and a Nollywood legend; his father is the deceased veteran Nollywood actor, Justus Esiri, who was a Member of the Order of the Niger (MON).



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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