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Lil Wayne Rides in Style in the Back Seat of His Maybach Landaulet

Lil Wayne Rides on the Back Seat of His Maybach Landaulet 18 photos
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When you look at any Maybach model you experience a strange feeling, similar to what eyes sense whenever summer bright days find you without your sunglasses. It’s opulence and extreme luxury on a whole new level, and Lil Wayne is definitely one of the artists that love showing in one.
The 31-year old Grammy Award winner is one of the most popular artists in the industry and also a close friend of producer Birdman with whom he worked on several music projects in the past years. In fact, it’s not the first time Lil Wayne, Dwayne Michael Carter on his real name, was seen riding in the extremely rare model of the German manufacturer.

Lil Wayne’s Maybach Laundalet finished in black has an estimated price of about $2.5 million and is the definition of rich. The rapper first showed his car off last year, when Birdman and Lil rolled up to film a show in Miami for rapFix on MTV. The producer owns a white one, while Dwayne’s ride comes in black. Lil Wayne was recently seen riding in style on the back seat of the convertible Maybach on July 8, in Hollywood, California.

In case you didn’t know, we’ ll take the time to remind you. The laundaulet or landaulette is a car body style similar to a limousine, but with the passenger section covered by a convertible top. The Maybach division of Daimler AG showed a landaulet concept car at the Middle East International Auto Show in November 2007, and added the model to their 2009 model line. However, as you probably already know, Daimler announced in November 2011 that Maybach will cease to be a brand by 2013, which it did.
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