Top 6 Nigerian Actors and Entertainers That Own Rolls-Royce — Here’s Their Worth


Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited is a British luxury automaker. It is widely known for its production of hand-crafted cars. This commands its high market price and value.

It’s one of the most expensive cars on earth. Its price could be as high as $28 million.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom starts at around $460,000 in market price.

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The BBC called Rolls Royce “one of the most recognised icons in the world”. The brand name has also entered the English language as a superlative.

It is also one of the most recognised brands in the world. According to a survey, only Coca-Cola was a more widely known brand than Rolls-Royce.

In 2021, Rolls Royce recorded up to 49% sales compared to the previous year, which is the highest sales in its 117-year history.

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In Nigeria, the brand is attached to royalty. Wealthy personalities include this royal ride in their fleets.

Below is a list of Nigerian actors and entertainers who have this luxurious ride in their garage.

King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal-Rolls-Royce Ghost (N400,000,000)

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King Wasiu is one of the most influential Fuji musicians in the history of the music genre.

His source of wealth is believed to come from music and investment.

In 2020, King Wasiu acquired a Rolls-Royce Ghost to celebrate his conferment as the Maiyegun of Yorubaland title.

The ride is estimated to be worth N400,000,000.

D Banj-Rolls-Royce Wraith (N267,970,000)

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Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, famously known as Dbanj, takes pride among those who own these luxurious royal rides in Nigeria.

The music star cum actor is set to make his debut film appearance in the much anticipated Nollywood and pan-African blockbuster movie “Symphony.” The movie is set to premiere on September 9, 2022.

Dbanj cruises around in a Rolls-Royce Wraith estimated to cost about N267,970,000.

Peter Okoye  Rolls-Royce Phantom (N400,000,000)

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Peter Okoye, a former member of the defunct P-square, houses a Rolls-Royce Phantom in his garage.

Peter is believed to get his wealth from music and other endorsement deals.

Peter is a signee of the famous sportswear outfit Adidas and has an endorsement deal with KIA Motors Nigeria. In addition, he also has a lucrative deal with Olympic Milk, a dairy company.

The music star and entertainer house the Rolls Royce Phantom in his garage. The ride’s market value is about N400,000,000.

Davido – Rolls Royce Cullinan (N350,000,000)

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Davido is one of the top Nigerian entertainers who boasts of housing these luxury cars in his garage.

He is a proud owner of the Rolls Royce Cullinan, which is worth N242,000,000.

Aside from cars, Davido has also been spotted on exotic air rides when going across borders.

His wealth is believed to come from music, investments, and endorsement deals with top brands.

Dino Melaye – Rolls-Royce Phantom (N400,000,000)

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Senator Dino Melaye is a politician and actor.

He was formerly a member of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

He has been featured in various movies. He had his debut role in a television series titled ‘Equity unbound’.

He also featured in a film titled ‘Lemonade’ alongside other Nollywood stars like Sean King, Kunle Remi, Real Warri Pikin, Ayoola Ayobami, Joy Idoko, Linda Osifo, Chioma Idigo, and Mofe Duncan, among others.

Senator Dino is known for his exotic garage with various supercars. One is the Rolls-Royce Phantom, which is worth about N400,000,000

Burna Boy – Rolls Royce Dawn Convertible (N200,000,000)

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Burna Boy, real name, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, is also famously known as “Odogwu.” or “Oluwa Burna.”

Odogwu is undoubtedly one of Nigeria’s most influential and prominent music artists today.

The music star makes a fortune from music and other lucrative endorsement deals. In 2019, he got himself a Rolls-Royce Dawn Convertible, which cost him 200 million naira.