Rapper Omarion’s Rolls-Royce Ghost Gets the Oatmeal Treatment

It’s not every day you get to see rappers driving a Rolls-Royce. Wait, what? Of course, you do; maybe it’s not every day, but it sure makes for an every week scoop at the very least. Yes, beloved Charles Stewart Rolls and Sir Frederick Henry Royce, that is what came out of your dream, a luxury limousine pop artists singing about the ghettos use as a daily commuter nowadays.
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You may be wondering why we’ve mentioned the two automotive pioneers. Well, you should know these are the founders of the British company that today is, in fact, owned by BMW. At the beginning of the 1900s, the company had a reputation for superior engineering quality of which has led to its epithet as the “best car in the world.” This may have never changed, but if you were to ask people in the industry they will tell you Rolls-Royce models are also starting to be called “rappers cars”.

We’re not into the genre that much, nor are we interested what the new black is. But now and then we tell you guys about a rapper and of their car collection. Because, let’s face it, these artists never buy one or two, they have to stand out, they need to impress with their assets.

This time, we are talking about a 30-year-old R&B singer named Omari Ishmael Grandberry. He is currently one of the new artists in Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group label and is also a managed artist of Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label.

We’ve only seen him once before, and it was related to a piece we were writing about Chris Brown and one of his new videos. The point is that the artist from Inglewood, California recently sent his Rolls-Royce Ghost in for a proper refresh.

Aside from the Oatmeal wrap (which is quite peculiar to say the least), it appears Omarion also had the windows tinted and the wheels painted or wrapped matte black. Do we like it? Maybe we do. But considering the vehicle will soon appear in some new video soon, we’ll talk more about it then.
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