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Rapper Soulja Boy Claims He Bought a BMW i8 - Or Did He?

First of all, this is a guy you probably haven’t heard of before, but who is quite famous in the showbiz. Secondly, he just turned 25. Is that a big deal? Maybe, but considering he claims he bought himself a Rolls-Royce Ghost and a BMW i8 to celebrate, it may as well be regarded as a great deal. Now, should we trust him?
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If we were to trust the anonymous Instagram user who calls himself Fake Watch Busta, Soulja Boy is full of it. The virtual vigilante has an account where he tags celebrities that wear fake watches on jewelry, bragging about their wealth. Guess what, our fellow here is one of the people starring on his page.

On the other hand, some people out there may as well claim that if one shows off with his watches that doesn’t mean the cars he poses with are not his. Now, judging by the quotes he put along the BMW i8 and Rolls-Royce Ghost pictures, these luxury rides are somehow related to the mixtape the rapper released on June 30, dubbed 25 The Movie. After all, it’s his 25th birthday he’s celebrating.

Since we did write about the rapper - DeAndre Cortez Way on his real name - on previous occasions, we figured this was worth checking out. It turns out he has been seen with rentals many times before, with cars like Maserati GranCabrio and the Bentley Mulsanne being regular treats.

Sure, Forbes may have listed the Crank That singer at number 18 on their list of Hip-Hop Cash Kings of 2010, with earnings of $7 million that year solely. But considering the famed magazine has been wrong before (we’re hinting at 50 Cent’s little adventure) anything is possible.

Now, let's put it this way. If you were to shoot a video music that somehow was related to your birthday, would you buy the cars or rent them?

 
 
 
 
 

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