Nigerian American Actor Rotimi Gives Grand Tour of His Palatial Mansion

Nigerian American Actor Rotimi Gives Grand Tour of His Palatial Mansion

- Hollywood’s Rotimi has completed another album and he’s hosting his friends and fiancée to a special listening party

- The Nigerian-American star shared a video on Instagram showing the palatial mansion where they would all be staying for six days

- The mansion features customised playrooms for kids, a private cinema, swimming pool among other things

- Retired journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, was spotted among those who reacted in the comment section

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In a typical style of work hard and ball even harder, Nigerian-American actor and singer, Rotimi, is set to give his friends and family members an experience of a lifetime.

The Power star recently took to his Instagram page with a video showing the palatial mansion where he would be hosting them for the next six days.

Rotimi in the video disclosed that he recently completed his album and he wants to share the magic with his people.

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Nigerian-American Actor Rotimi Gives Grand Tour of Palatial Mansion Where He's Hosting Family, Friends
Rotimi shows off palatial mansion where he's hosting family, friends. Photo: @rotimi
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The Hollywood star went on to give his fans and followers a grand tour of the huge mansion which had several sections that had all been customised to taste.

In different portions of the video, the singer took a moment to introduce his nieces and nephews who were running around the house. Rotimi also introduced his sister who showed up to spend time with him.

The mansion features several customised playrooms for the kids as well as special rooms for adults who would be visiting.

An Avengers playroom, Hogwart-themed playroom, private cinema among others were sighted in the video.

Rotimi mentioned that his fiancée, Vanessa Mdee, was dressing up hence her absence in the video. She, however, made a brief appearance towards the ending.

Watch the clip below:

Several fans were seen reacting in the comment section including a veteran journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, who teasingly noted that Rotimi should host her in the house when she comes to visit.

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She wrote:

"Ummm @Rrotimi I'm your long lost cousin o. After 32s years in US I'm relocating back to Rx practice. This house is lit and I'm staying here. Get my room ready. Hotels are dangerous these days. Pick me up at the airport soon. Congratulations dear."\

More reactions below:

ricchly_brandon said:

"I’m so happy for you bro....!!! Keep doing you and all loved."

thefilmadcamp242 said:

"Oh my goodness this home is so creative. I especially love the themed areas for the kids."

vic_riches said:

"This is so like the dream."

home_bound334 said:

"Love the positive vibes family and love in the building."

If you love looking at the lives of the rich and famous , then check out Briefly News' report about South Africans flexing their amazing village mansions online.

Just because you live in a rural area doesn't mean the house is going to be small and deteriorating. Many South Africans are opting to build stunning homes in villages instead of paying for overpriced houses in the suburbs.

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On Sunday, one man wanted to show Mzansi how it is done. He posted snaps of the home he is building in a Limpopo village.

Briefly News reported the man, who was only identified as @monsieurponto, captioned the post:

"This how we do it in Limpopo. Build decent homes in the village."

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Source: Briefly News

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