Berri Tiga buys brand new Mercedes Benz to celebrate successful year

Rising Nigerian singer, Berri Tiga has ended the year on a high note by splashing millions on a brand-new car.

The young musician bought himself a new Mercedes Benz SUV, in celebration of a successful year.

This comes months after the artiste hit the limelight with the hit song, Machala which he was featured on.

A video shared by his colleague showed Berri stepping out of a house with Carter Efe to a car park and hopped into his clean Benz.

He was congratulated via the caption by the friend who shared the good news on Instagram story.

Berri also took to his page and showed off the whip as he asked fans to prepare to congratulate him on his achievements so far.

See the post below:

zoryiivv; No be October them rip this boy?? 😢

gylliananthonette; Person don tire to type congratulations …Congrats

elvisnation12; From the %5 you buy GLE 350 why ripper buy ML 350 I never understand the story shall

iamxter_lee; Shey na the 5% you take buy benz… otida

bobbykim; Ewan shey yahoo ewan fi misic gbewa ni handicap 😂😂

portmajik_autos; Person wey collect 95% self no buy expensive benz like this 😂

Meawhile, CorrectNG reported days ago that Berri Tiga resumed dragging content creator, Carter Efe over their copyright saga on the song, Machala.

He claimed the comedian turned singer gave him N200,000 as 30 percent royalty from the earnings generated by the hit track.

Speaking during an Instagram live session, Berri slammed Carter Efe for giving him a very laughable amount.

He lamented over being cheated of of getting his fair share from the song which rose up to the number one spot on streaming platforms.

Berri Tiga mocked the skit-maker by saying that music business does not operate the same way as the online comedy industry

The ‘God’ singer used reference from the internet and wondered if the money Carter Efe sent to him is meant for ‘garri or eba’.

But the duo have now settled their differences and they got fans accusing them of continually using fight to stay relevant.