Is Rapper Tyga Driving a Purple Wrapped Ferrari 458 Speciale? - Updated

Tyga posted a photo of this Ferrari 458 Sepciale wrapped in purple on his Facebook account 1 photo
Photo: AALTO Motive on Instagram
Tyga and Chris Brown are quite busy with their Between The Sheets Tour the two rappers and friends are doing together, but that won’t stop Nguyen-Stevenson from playing with his toys. It appears there’s somebody hired to take good care of the young artist’s social network accounts since new pictures of mutilated rare sportscars keep emerging.
In case you haven’t heard (and we totally don’t blame you for that) Chris Brown and Tyga have been working together on their first collaborative studio album called “Fan of a Fan: The Album” which is scheduled to be released on February 20. You might’ve heard the lead single of the mixtape dubbed “Ayo” the two recently performed at “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”.

Anyway, since we won’t be attending any of the tour’s gisg that started on February 12 and runs through March 8th, we did stick our noses to see if there’s any activity going on with their cars. Call it masochism, but for some reason there’s always something going on in these rappers’ driveway that is worth mentioning.

Like we previously reported, Tyga once again ruined one of his cars wrapping it with a repulsive purple finish. This time, the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster was the 25-year old rapper’s hamster. We hoped it’s only a one time thing and soon enough he’ll go back to huge rims and big bumpers, yet it appears it’s another stage Michael Ray is going through.

Why are we saying this? Because we stumbled upon another horrible mess, only this time it truly is a sacrilege. Tyga recently posted an image of a Ferrari 458 Speciale wrapped in the same horrible purple color. Sure, we can’t be certain if it’s his (in fact we're hoping it's not), especially that he was seen with a Ferrari 458 Spider instead.

But what if it is? Isn’t this the worst case scenario the top performing 458 could ever get in?

UPDATE: Shame on you Tyga for claiming other people's cars are yours It turns out we were right and the Ferrari in question actually belongs to somebody else, while the photograph was taken by the guys from AALTO Motive. In other words, it appears the rapper simply simply stole the photograph from these people and then posted it on his Facebook page without the watermark, to make us believe it was his.
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