- Imade Adeleke is a Range Rover owner courtesy of her superstar father, Davido
- The singer left many stunned when he gifted his first child with the luxury ride ahead of her sixth birthday
- Davido shared a video of the moment she received the car gift as he wished her an early happy birthday
David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has never been known to hold back when it comes to spending on his family and his recent post is yet another reason to believe this is true.
His first child, Imade, turns six on May 15 and it appears the singer could not contain his joy so he did what only Davido knows how to do best - splash millions of naira on a car for the little girl.
The singer shared a video of the moment Imade received her car gift - a Range Rover car- which was recorded by her mum, Sophia Momodu.
Posting the video, Davido wrote:
"Happy early BIRTHDAY BABY @realimadeadeleke daddy loves u !! Enjoy ur MOTO ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Davido is no doubt one of the doting fathers in the music industry as he does not hesitate to splurge money and attention on his three kids.
He recently got people talking after he shared clips of himself rocking a customised shawl on his Instagram story channel.
The black and white shawl had the face of a younger version of his third child and son, Ifeanyi printed on it.
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that just like he is working hard to expand his jewellery collection, Davido seems to be putting in the same efforts for his children.
Barely a few weeks after splashing millions on jewellery pieces for himself, the father of three recently linked up with his official jeweller, Ice Box, for a brand new piece for his first child, Imade Adeleke.
The gold-coloured pendant spelt out Imade’s name in small letters and also came with a necklace.
In other news, in commemoration of Mother's Day, Muvhango will host a series of media engagements with the youth for the whole month of May.
The engagements involve Vho Mme Vha Muvhango including Vho-Mukhondeli, played by Elsie Rasalanavho, Vho-Hangwana played by Connie Sibiya, Vho-Makhadzi played by Eunice Mabeta and Vho-Masindi played by Dr. Regina Nesengani talking to the youth of the country on burning issues.
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