- Offset is being sued by a rental company for not returning their 2020 Bentley Bentayga
- The rapper allegedly took the luxurious car in May 2020 but said he had no idea where it was when their deal expired on July 25
- US rappers are known for driving fancy cars and wearing expensive clothes and jewellery
A rental company is suing Offset for allegedly failing to return their Bentley Bentayga.
The US rapper is being sued by Platinum Transportation Group (PTG) after he told the company he had no clue where the luxurious vehicle was.
Offset, who is married to superstar Cardi B, reportedly took the car in May 2020 with a promise of paying N228k ($600) per day for it.
The company has reportedly claimed that the lease they had with the superstar was supposed to last for a few days but he allegedly kept requesting extensions to his rental period.
Complex reported that the Migos member informed PTG on July 4 that he couldn't recall who used the car last. He continued paying for it until their deal expired on July 25.
TMZ said court papers in their possession stated that Offset stopped sending money on July 25 even though their car was nowhere to be found. PTG now wants Offset to pay them for financial damages.
They argued that the absence of the luxurious vehicle has resulted in more than N38m ($100k) loss.
Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the news of the missing new car.
Read some of their comments below:
"They don't have a tracking device on that car?"
"He hired people to take it off."
"Ok, y’all in here saying he broke but we all know y’all ain’t even close to the money he touching."
"Broke a*s rappers, tryna look cool when their capacity is only rental."
"The regular Joe would be arrested for car theft. LOL."
"You can take the man out the ghetto but you can't take the ghetto out the man."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians dragged Cardi B's husband Offset for misspelling a word.
Offset took to his Twitter page to let his fans know that they have to give people credit when it is due.
While the rapper's statement is correct, Offset spelt due as do, and that got some Nigerians talking.
As expected, Nigerians took to Cardi B's husband's comment section to point out his errors while noting the correct way to spell the word due.
Source: Legit Newspaper