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International artist & Entertainer, Dapo Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj, Banga Lee, Nja ELa name it, has proved to his fans that he cannot be blamed for his wealth rather blame it on the money as sung in one of his tracks.

D’banj who recently acquired ‘Suit of Money’ which he wore to his DKM concert held on June 23rd at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos.

The custom black suit which is made of real 100 dollar bills was made by the Okunoren Twins and reportedly costs $ 25,000.

No doubt the kokomaster definitely controls a lot of money as he has different endorsement deals.

He’s also an ambassador for the Bank of Industry and appointed as the Hennessy Artistry artiste for 2013.

More photos below


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