- American rapper DaBaby is enjoying life in Lagos and telling his fans around the world about his experiences in the city
- DaBaby shared a video of himself at a store displaying wads of dollar bills he spent on sneakers and wearing as he hinted that he and his team had forgotten their bags at the United States.
- Nigerians reacted differently to the video, most of them commenting on how big the day must have been for the store where he went to pick up the new clothes
Judging from his activities, the popular American rapper, DaBaby has been acting like a Lagosian since his arrival in the city of Lagos.
DaBaby shared updates on his time in Lagos with his fans on Instagram as he revealed he and his team forgot their bags in America before traveling to Nigeria.
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The rapper stormed a store in Lagos with wads of dollar bills to buy clothes including clothes and sneakers.
Watch the video below:
Nigerians react to DaBaby video
Social media users reacted differently to DaBaby’s video where he was seen shopping for new shoes and clothes in Lagos.
Legit.ng captured some of the comments, read below:
“Best day of the year for this store.”
“Make him use the sense waka o do them nor get the chain back.”
“He has to fight nobody for naija before he leaves.. Make us watch Dey.”
“Abeg make una be sure to say original nah these people sell for them oo, i can’t adjust wahala oo.”
“Na they get the currency, make them use as they want.”
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“He’s not going to win anything o, this store can officially close for the year.”
Huge crowd welcomes DaBaby to Lagos
Legit.ng previously reported that DaBaby arrived in the city of Lagos, Nigeria, and fans greeted him on the always bustling streets.
The rapper shared a video of the moment a huge crowd gathered around him to give him a nice reception in the city.
In the video, fans struggled to get their hands on him, and a man could be heard advising the rapper to hold his phone tight.