NO way would I have my face plastered all over on social Media in this ugly ride.:surprise:
That Time Snoop Dogg Stole 50 Cent’s Custom Versace Lamborghini
50 Cent is the kind of man who likes to match his cars to his outfits – and not the other way around. He recently had a Lamborghini custom-wrapped by Versace, just so he could wear it with a certain T-shirt and pair of shoes.
And then the Lambo went temporarily missing because Snoop Dogg stole it. This is actually a funny anecdote that Fiddy recounted on a recent appearance on Stephen Colbert’s show. You can hear it straight from the horse’s mouth in the video below, at around the 3.20-minute mark.
“Imma wear this car when imma wear these shoes,” Fiddy tells Colbert about how he likes his cars to match his outfits. He says that, in this business, you have to have something to stand out from the crowd, so when he bought a new Lambo Aventador S Roadster, he made sure it got a wrap that truly made it stand out.
Then, Snoop stole it.
It happened after the Barclays Center for the 2019 Masters of Ceremony concert, where Fiddy was the main performer. Snoop was also there and he offered to show up on stage for the remix of “Pimp,” and Fiddy was more than happy to take him up on his offer.
“I had more to do so he left and I continued to perform,” the rapper explains. “When I came off, I was wet so I was wiped off and everything and got dressed. Then I came out and the car was gone. He went walked by the car saw the car and got – I don’t know if it was jealous feelings or something – but he actually went to the car and got in the car because the keys are in there because we parked inside the Barclays. And the guy who was supposed to be like the valet parker, I was like ‘Where'd the car go?’ he said ‘Snoop took the car’.”
Fiddy also says that it could be Snoop took his Lambo because he smokes a lot of weed and he may have genuinely believed it was his. Then again, when it looks like this, it’s hard to mistake it for another.
In the end, 50 got his car back and he and Snoop are still good friends. The lesson learned here, as Colbert notes, is that 50 leaves his car key under the mat when he parks at the Barclays.