Famous American Rapper Falls for the Tesla Cybertruck, Has It Customized

2 Chainz's Custom Tesla Cybertruck 6 photos
Photo: Instagram | 2chainz
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The Tesla Cybertruck's weird shape, tech-infused interior, serious straight-line performance, and decent range for an electric pickup truck have turned it into a celebrity magnet.
Numerous famous people have added such a ride to their garages, and another American rapper has added his name to this list. It's none other than 2 Chainz, born Tauheed K. Epps and also known as Tity Boi – Drenchgod, who has fallen for the battery-electric workhorse.

The 46-year-old award-winning rapper recently shared a few pictures on Instagram with his 12.8-million followers that reveal his latest four-wheeled toy. To no one's surprise, 2 Chainz has had his Tesla Cybertruck modified, and we think it looked better in OEM condition. 2 Chainz mentioned Roadshow Internation and Forgiato in the short caption accompanying the images.

The former company was responsible for the orange wrap with side decals depicting what seems to be a wolf (sending Hellcat vibes), and the latter signed those weird alloys that look like they came straight from a 1990s ride and spin around the orange brake calipers. No modern-day custom ride would be complete without darkened windows, and this celeb-owned Tesla Cybertruck also ticks this box.

2 Chainz's Custom Tesla Cybertruck
Photo: Instagram | 2chainz
We've seen far worse tuning jobs involving this model, and 2 Chainz's Tesla Cybertruck may be brash, but at least it's not kitschy. Speaking of the latter, we've got to mention another Tesla Cybertruck that was recently visited by the tuning fairy and has a celebrity's name written on the papers: Lil Baby.

If you somehow missed that coverage, you can find it here. But don't click on that link yet, as we have to remind you that Lil Baby's Tesla Cybertruck is on the flashier side of things. Just like the latest vehicle 2 Chainz owns, Lil Baby's also bears the signature of Roadshow International. This company was responsible for adding the wrap, which is glossy red, whereas Forgiato signed the new red alloys that are far less bold and a bit more common than the ones fitted to 2 Chainz's ride.

At this fast pace, we expect to come across more celeb-owned Tesla Cybertrucks in the future. We just hope they remain in stock form, as this model looks best with the original silver look of the stainless steel body panels and the occasional black touch on certain components, like the wheel arches. One thing the Cybertruck deserves is a nice wheel upgrade, and with countless offerings available from different companies, picking the right one is easier said than done.

Now, before moving on to the next story, let us know what you think about 2 Chainz's latest whip, the pictured customized Tesla Cybertruck, and if you think it looks better or worse than Lil Baby's. That said, you know what to do next, don't you?

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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