Naomi Campbell’s Billionaire Nigerian Businessman ‘Lover’ Kolawole Aluko Got His $50 Million New York Penthouse Foreclosed By Bank

Kolawole Aluko Got His $50 Million New York Penthouse Foreclosed

Kolawole Aluko Got His $50 Million New York Penthouse Foreclosed By His Bank

Nigerian energy businessman Kolawole Aluko got his $50 million penthouse forclosed by his bank. The billionaire who is believed to be friends with Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jay Z and Beyonce, owned the penthouse apartment in One57, one of New York City’s most expensive residential buildings. Some reports even claim Kola and Naomi Campbell lovers and that he treats her to lavish gifts and trips.

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Kolawole Aluko Got His $50 Million New York Penthouse Foreclosed (1)

His bank has also listed the yacht, the Galactica Star, as collateral in the foreclosure, but the yacht is ‘out of range’ at the moment. Kolawole Aluko was last seen in Hong Kong and May and his yacht is currently in the Bahamas. It’s understood Aluko is also avoiding Nigerian authorities who tried to freeze his assets in February as part of a money-laundering probe.

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Kolawole Aluko bought Apartment 79 in December 2014 for $50.9million, making it the eighth most expensive unit in the building.


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Nigerian Energy Businessman Kolawole Aluko Got His $50 Million New York Penthouse Foreclosed

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