“3 bulletproof Maybach is not an issue” – Dino Melaye brags as he shows off garage of luxury cars

Former Nigerian senator in the 8th Assembly, Dino Melaye has taken to social media to flaunt his garage of expensive luxury cars.

The controversial Kogi politician bragged that having three bulletproof Maybachs’ is not an issue to someone of his caliber in society.

"3 bulletproof Maybach is not an issue" - Dino Melaye

Dino Melaye shared a video which showed 3 black coloured Maybach’s in his garage alongside Range Rovers, G-Wagon, Ferrari, Lamborghini and other whips.

The lawmaker who represented Kogi West Senatorial district in the Upper legislative house, announced that he is coming.

He captioned the video clip; “3 bullet proof maybach is not an issue. I am still in the making. Dino is coming.”

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Seasoned Nigerian actor, Funsho Adeolu has raised questions regarding how his female colleagues are able to afford their lavish lifestyles on their average pay.

He revealed that he usually charges higher fee per movie compared to most Nollywood actresses, yet many of them are able to buy bigger vehicles than him.

Adeolu, who spoke during an interview with Teju Babyface, expressed skepticism that the actresses solely rely on earnings from acting to sustain their extravagant lifestyles.

He explained that they use the movies as platforms to showcase themselves to men who would be able to provide them with wider and better opportunities.

According to the Nollywood star, the female thespians mere appear on set give the impression that their earnings indeed comes from the movie industry.

Adeolu said; “I charge more money per movie than most Nollywood actresses but they ride bigger cars than I do. They can’t say they make all that money from acting movies to fund their lifestyle.

“These are people that if I collect N200,000 in a job, they can’t collect N20,000, but they are riding bigger cars than I am riding. What they do is come on set, show themselves on TV and so they have the opportunities. They don’t have anything in their accounts.

“Going to big parties and spraying money but when you get back home you’re calling somebody to come and pay your house rent. All these people grew up in the village. 90% of them might not think they would ever come to Lagos.”