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Naira Marley Shows Off His Fleet Of Cars After Being Accused Of Stealing Toyota Camry

Naira Marley has shared a photo of his expensive cars on his Instagram page.

Naira Marley Shows Off His Fleet Of Cars After Being Accused Of Stealing Toyota Camry 1

Nigerian musician, Naira Marley has taken to his social media page to share photo of his fleet of cars hours after he was dragged to court over alleged car theft.

KanyiDaily had reported earlier that Tinubu Chief Magistrate Court in Lagos ordered the police to arrest Naira Marley for arraignment, over an alleged car theft.

Naira Marley alongside his two brothers and a cousin were accused of stealing a Toyota Camry car with registration number FEE 120 AA valued at N1.8 million and an IPhone X5 worth N330,000 belonging to Mr. Adelekan Ademola.

In a swift reaction on his Twitter page, Naira Marley denied being involved in any car theft, saying he owned more expensive cars.

Now, the singer has shared a photo of his expensive cars on his Instagram page. He noted that he does not normally show off his wealth but people are teaching him how to do so.

“I don’t normally do this, I don’t like flexing on people that don’t have but y’all teaching me how to show off.. ALHAMDULILAH SHA,” he wrote.

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I don’t normally do this, I don’t like flexing on people that don’t have but y’all teaching me how to show off.. ALHAMDULILAH SHA

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