Rapper Lil Boosie Drives a Rolls Royce Wraith, We Hope It's a Rental

Lil Boosie next to the Wraith 1 photo
Photo: Lil Boosie's Instagram
Recently released from Louisiana State Penitentiary, where he did time after pleading guilty for drug charges, rapper Torrence Hatch seems like is preparing his big come back. The 31-year old artist posted a video on his Instagram announcing an music event that will take place on the 3rd July. He also posted pictures with a Rolls-Royce Wraith. Considering his last years, we’ll just assume the luxury car is a rental.
We already wrote about Lil Boosie and his passion for his Chevrolet Camaro. Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the 31-year old artist is one of those tough gangsters that actually served time. But it would seem all that is now the past and that he’s ready to once again kick the celebrity line.

According to a clip he posted on his Instagram, Boosie will be performing in a couple a days. Who knows, maybe he’ll be kicking off with a new single or even an album. And when you want to shine again, it’s only normal you need the perfect drive around while you’re at it.

And the Wraith is definitely that car he wants to be seen with. We all know it borrowed the chassis and the engine from the Ghost model, but this Rolls still has one of the most luxury interiors a four-wheeler can get. Opulence is the word to describe this vehicle. We’re looking at a luxury four-seat coupe that manages to stay a perfect combination between eccentric and technology, while it still keeps little bits of the British accent.

As to Lil Boosie, we’ll have to assume this ride is just for the show off, one he got from a rental auto shop, and is not really his new ride. Because having him already buying a $300,000 (EUR 219,000) would make fans think he’s back on the drug market, and we’re pretty sure nobody would want that to happen.
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