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Tonto Dikeh becomes first Nigerian to own N309k Louis Vuitton face mask

Popular Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has become the first Nigerian to own a N309,000 exotic face mask made by luxury brand, Louis Vuitton.

Tonto Dikeh who is reputed for her love of the luxurious life went to her Instagram page to share photographs of herself donning the trendy and costly face mask.

Prior to now, no Nigerian has been seen wearing or buying it since Louis Vuitton started producing the exotic face masks, Not even the richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, has been sighted wearing the N309,000 face mask.

Since the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak, face masks have become part of people’s ensemble whenever there is a need to go out of the house.

This is mainly because it is one of the non-medicinal measures one can take to prevent being infected with coronavirus.

Beyond providing protection against the virus, luxury brands have turned it into an exotic fashion item for the rich and classy.

The face mask is leather stitched and it comfortably covers the nose and mouth with enough space to encourage normal breathing.

Tonto Dikek Louis Vuitton face mask
Louis Vuitton face mask

This Louis Vuitton face mask which is said to be inspired by Mortal Kombat’s Sub-Zero was offered to buyers at $800 on the official Louis Vuitton website and it was a quickly sold out. Converting $800 to Naira you’ll get a whopping N309,000.

Recall that popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky, issued a strong warning to broke men interested in dating his friend, Tonto Dikeh.

He said Tonto Dikeh only dates rich and wealthy guys. So, as a test of the financial capacity of anyone interested in dating her, he would charge N3 million to release her phone number to those who really want her.

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