- Dee Moneey has proven to be one of the richest stars in Ghana with his latest purchase
- The hip-hop and rap artiste has bought himself a brand new Jaguar ride
- A video of the car, while it was being cleared from the port, has gone viral
Rapper Dee Moneey, born Desmond Kwame Amoah, has splashed the cash on an exotic car and has left social media users in awe after he cleared a brand new Jaguar smart car believed to be worth $61,000 or the cedi equivalent of GHC354, 715 from the port.
In a video fast going viral on social media, Dee Moneey’s new toy was seen being driven out of a container after all the paperwork for the car had been processed.
The blue Jaguar car caught the attention of port workers and others who had come to transact business at the port and they took out their phones to capture the rare moment.
According to sources, the Jaguar F-Type smart car that the rapper took delivery of, is the only of its kind in Ghana.
The carmakers have only 300 pieces of the car and Dee Moneey is believed to be one of the owners among a tall list of millionaires all over the world to own a copy of the ride.
Dee Money, after he took delivery of the car was seen showing off his raw rap talent as he delivered some hard punches in a freestyle session from a beat that played on the radio in his car.
The Finish Line hitmaker was seen flaunting wads of foreign currencies comprising dollars and pound sterling proving how rich he is.
As it is a fact that not many people in Ghana own Jaguar cars, it goes without saying that indeed, Dee Money is indeed loaded with cash.
Dee Moneey is a songwriter, rapper, and performer who started his music career at a tender age.
Some of his songs include Pain On A Mic, Cash Cow, No Cap, Mind Blow and Crazy. The most popular of his songs is Finishline which features a number of top artistes.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian comedian and actor, Funny Face, has displayed his newfound love on social media. This happens to be the first time Funny Face has shown off a lady after his two failed relationships.
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