Prince Nillan found his new home in South Africa after his mother Zari Hassan moved to South Africa after they broke up with flamboyant singer Diamond Platnumz.
A few weeks ago, Diamond Platnumz bought posh Range Rover cars for his two kids; Princess Tiffah and Prince Nillan. This followed after Diamond moved to South Africa to strengthen the bond between him and his family.
On his Instagram page today, Prince Nillan today flaunted their posh cars online in a stunning video. In the video, the handsome young boy is seen seated on his Range Rover toy car as he showed his wonderful white car. His parents' white Range Rover car was right next to their toy cars.
Prince Nillan was also wearing expensive Louis Vuitton outfit. He wore a white t-shirt and a pair of black shorts. At the background, their expensive multimillion South Africa mansion is clearly seen. Prince Nillan showed that he is a stylish boy as he slowly opened his car ready to start enjoying himself.
Click the link below to watch the video;
The post sparked mixed reactions online from netizens who were amazed by the young boy's lavish lifestyle. Their comments clearly showed how their hearts were filled with joy after watching the video. Some of their comments read:
Gloria Gich, "Papa's boy💙💙💙."
Bobby X69 Sodaa, "Young lion🔥🔥🔥🔥."
Ntongo Jane Zabuu, "Baba new haircut is looking good on you😍😍😍😍🙌."
Margaret Nzuki, "Range gang🔥👏."
Charilaagouna, "Star boy💙💙💙💙."
Smart Hela, "Forbes man🔥."
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