Dancehall veteran Elephant Man is back at it again with another tour showcasing the interior and exterior sections of his luxurious, upscale 12,000 sq. feet mansion located in the hills of St. Andrew. A social media post by the entertainer showed the ‘Nuh Linga’ hitmaker’s home, which boasts a picturesque view from the hills whilst overlooking the city.
Upon entering the manor, one would be greeted with lots of crafted figurines and a humongous fish tank seemingly attached to the wall. More so, the venue also adds to Elephant Man’s vibrant personality, as it features lush landscape views with a gigantic gate and high walls surrounding the home.
The video, which has one of the entertainer’s singles playing in the background with the caption, “Home it where the ❤️ is,” has since gained the likes of his fans who lauded this achievement.
Watch the video below:
The 48-year-old dancehall sensation is not shy to the media when it comes to displaying this accomplishment, which stemmed from his successful music career that started in the late 90s. His property was also featured on an episode of Jamaican MTV Cribs’ in 2009, where luxurious houses were explored.
Elephant Man, whose real name is O’Neil Bryan, is best known for songs such as ‘Pon de River, Pon de Bank,’ which also included a viral dance in 2003. Other music by the artiste are ‘Willie Bounce‘ and ‘Jook Gal,’ among many others.