Davido and E Money: Who is the Richest?
Davido’s Net Worth and Endorsement Deals
Davido’s first tracks actually made people ask who is father was as he nicknamed himself Omo Baba Olowo which means The Son of Money in the Yoruba language.
In 2012, Davido penned a deal worth N30 million naira with MTN, sizzling as the face of MTN Pulse marketing campaign. The star also signed another endorsement deal with Guiness Nigeria in 2013.
Davido also inked N100 million naira deal with mega soft drink brand, Pepsi, as their brand ambassador. In estimation, Davido has made over N4 billion naira from his music and album sales online and offline.
The usual saying about Davido is that he lavishes his father’s money and on his own he’s got nothing. Not so true, leaving Davido standing alone without his father’s pocket, he will still be standing as one of the richest Nigerian musicians in the entertainment industry. Davido has an estimated net worth of $21 million dollars.
E Money’s Net Worth and Endorsement Deals
E Money is the younger (richer) brother of singer Kcee. He’s known officially as Emeka Okonkwo but fondly called Arab money because he dresses in white Jalamia and puts on what most Arabic billionaire do out on.
E Money is a businessperson and one of the top guys pulling in millions from Oil & Gas production and shipping business in Nigeria.
He operates and directs Five Star Records as CEO and also, he’s the Boss at Emmy Cargoes Limited. Amongst Nigerian celebrities in entertainment, E Money’s cars worth outweighs the entire earnings and life savings of some celebrities.
He narrated that before he became this rich, he had nothing, but his life changed after he was awarded a contract of $2 million dollars. He’s of high class and has an estimated net worth of $27 million dollars.