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Chris Brown Writes 2Pac’s Lyrics on His Lamborghini Gallardo

He loves graffitis and every once in a while hangs out with street artist Alec Monopoly for some team work. But Chris Brown’s real passion involves changing the looks of his hundred-thousand-dollar vehicles. This time, however, he went for something rather complex, if not original: he had 2Pac’s lyrics hand-painted on the car.
Huero hand painting Chris Brown's Gallardo 8 photos
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Now, we all know these rappers love to show off with their cars, whether they drive expensive sportscars or go for the luxury sedans, all their vehicles have to be different. So most of the time they opt for custom works.

Problem is Breezy takes things too far. Last year, he covered his Lamborghini Aventador into one weird Nike-inspired paint job, everybody hated. Well, not everybody, but we definitely did. Then, he took the same car and finished it with a Sky Blue color, weeks after he got out of prison for beating his ex, singer Rihanna.

This time, the Fine China star took his imagination towards the other Lamborghini he owns, which is a pre-facelift Gallardo. In fact, this was on of the first supercars he bought and customized. Originally, the car was blue and soon after received a USAF paint theme for the ages.

Then, Brown sent it over to the West Coast Customs for yet another job. The result was at least awkward if not stupid, a three-color combo that made the car look like a basketball jersey. Creative, but illegible
However, this time Chris Brown went for something rather creative, than just colorful. Breezy’s latest inspiration for the paint job was nothing else than Tupac’s "Lord Knows" song. Or at least that is what folks over at TMZ believe those letters stand for, because we can’t really tell. For this job he had tattoo artist Huero hand painting his entire car for 16 hours, but we can’t say it doesn’t look good.

Too bad we can’t tell the words. Maybe you guys could give us a hint on how to decipher those hieroglyphs.

 
 
 
 
 

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