Rapper Flo Rida had his fancy motorcycle sold off at auction after he refused to pay up on a $6k repair bill.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Flo Rida (real name: Tramar Dillard) left his 2009 Red Yamaha Can-Am Spyder with Broward Motorsports of Davie in Florida for repairs.
According to the shop, the rapper never came to pick up the cycle after the shop fixed it up.
Broward Motorsports claimed they were owed $5,611.36 and they had to file a lien against the rapper after he failed to pay the bill.
Recently, the auto shop sold off the motorcycle at a public auction for the price of $6,286.36 — $3,586.36 for the repairs, $2,025 for storage fees, and $1,000 for “other.”