Naira Marley: Arsenal Fan Splurges Millions on Luxurious Glass Mansion After Trolling Chelsea in New Song
- Nigerian musician Naira Marley has posted photos of his new mansion in Lagos
- The big Arsenal fan has been congratulated by his fans who called him blessed
- The 31-year-old Nigerian is known as president of the controversial 'Marlians'
Nigerian rave-of-the-moment singer, Naira Marley has flaunted a gigantic mansion he recently completed to get his social media followers buzzing.
The structure's reveal came days after the professed Arsenal fan took a swipe at fans of rival English Premier League club, Chelsea in a latest song.
In the song titled Abracadabra, by Rexxi and featuring Skiibii and Marley, the Soapy artist stated that he was not a fan of the Stamford Bridge club.
He said in one part of the track:
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“Blue jersey, I'm not Chelsea. Gunners la wa, no testing. Don't call me, don't text me. Dial 'em up, no person. Make person, no chassis. Marley Naira, no person."
Just days after the clip of the song went viral on social media, Naira Marley flaunted the mega-mansion painted in all-white.
Marley shares pics of mansion
It is believed the structure is located in the Lekki area of Lagos.
Fans have taken to the comment section to react on the big reveal.
"This one don call Baba God , God don answer ....while una dey call rexxie.''
Another fan stated:
''Congratulations bro, more blessings to come''
As things stand, Naira Marley will be hoping that Arsenal can win the Premier League title at the end of the season - for the first time in almost 20 years.
Balogun impresses at French club
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Reims striker, Folarin Balogun scoring for free in the French Ligue 1, while on loan from Premier League side Arsenal.
The 21-year-old has already notched 14 league goals in 20 matches this season in the top flight, taking him ahead of superstars like Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and others.
Born in the United States of America to parents of Nigerian origin, Balogun moved to England at the age of two and grew up in the 'Land of Opportunity'.
Source: Sports Brief News