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DJ Neptune Gifts Himself A Mansion Worth Millions To Celebrate 30th Birthday

Award-winning Nigerian Disc jockey, Imohiosen Patrick popularly known as DJ Neptune has giftedhimself a mansion to celebrate his birthday.

The “Nobody” crooner turned 30 Friday, September 25, 2020, and to commemorate the special day, he gifted himself a brand new crib. Neptune took to his social media pages where he shared photos and videos of the new property and urged others to work for whatever they wish for.

Taking to his Instagram page, he wrote: “You get what you work for and not what you wish. Bought myself a crib? as a birthday gift ?, Lord I’m grateful for this and many more?

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