Funke Akindele acquires brand new Lexus SUV

Funke Akindele-Bello, ace Nollywood actress and filmmaker, has just acquired a brand new Lexus SUV.

The award-winning actress popularly known as Jenifa acquired a 2020 Lexus SuperSports LX 570 worth millions of naira.

Her husband, JJC Skillz, took to his official Instagram to make the announcement, and congratulate Funke on her latest acquisition.

“Congratulations @funkejenifaakindele Hard work pays my darling. Congratulations for your new ride. Thank you to all the jenifan”, he captioned the video.

In another video he posted, excited Funke could be seen ripping off the “rubber” off the car JJC Skillz captioned the vid,  ‘tear rubber’

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In a related gist, few days after Nollywood actor Alexx Ekubo turned 35, has acquired a Toyota Landcruiser.

Fellow actor and close friend, IK Ogbonna, shared the good news on his Instagram page.

”@alexxekubo Ikuku of the whole world, I know you would kill me for this, you don’t like to show off, but let me brag for you small.
Congrats on your latest addition, your Garage don choke.
I’m too proud of you bro. Pls congratulate him for me”

Meanwhile, Superstar Disc Jockey DJ Cuppy has once again shown off her new mystery lover on social media.

The billionaire heiress seems to be in a new relationship and has been dropping hints about her new man on social media.

The disc jockey who is in a relationship with a foreign personality gushed about herself getting the foreign thing.

Cuppy who is hiding the identity of her man covered his face with a cheeky emoji and wrote;“Not me getting a Foreign ting.’

Cuppy is quite an open lover who has always shared her relationships openly on social media.

The DJ in the past has been involved with football star player Victor Anichebe and also talent manager Asa Asika which she openly flaunted on social media.

Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known as DJ Cuppy, or simply Cuppy, is a Nigerian disc jockey and producer.

She is the daughter of Nigerian businessman Femi Otedola. She grew up in Lagos and moved to London at the age of 13.