The ‘I’m Different’ rapper shared photos of the massive heavy-duty vehicle on Instagram and revealed the early birthday present was a gift from Kanye West.
As you know, the two artists have been working together lately after revealing a recent studio session meeting where 2 Chainz teased Yeezy’s possible appearance on his upcoming album, ‘So Help Me God.’
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“Woke up to a really dope present – Virgo season is upon us ??? #GODISLOVE #SOHELPMEGOD,” 2 Chainz captioned photos of new present!
The rapper also included pictures of the vehicle driving down the road, and to show it’s massive size, a picture of one of his children standing next to the wheels!
A gold-plated note was also attached to the ATV, with his name, and a bible verse from West.
“For 2 Chainz, ‘Trust in the Lord with all Your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him and he will make your paths straight.’ -Proverbs 3:5-6,” it reads.
The insane vehicle, called a Sherp, retails for around $120,000!
What a gift!
According to a description online, a “Sherp is a russian-ukrainian manufacturer of all-terrain amphibious vehicles, designed for rough and soggy terrain.”
The company was founded in 2012 in partnership with engineer and Russian designer Alexei Garagashyan.
The best part is 2 Chainz started to get bombarded by friends and fellow artists asking for a ride in the vehicle. “I gotta come ride in it,” read one message from Lil’ Duval.
“Hard Toni ??,” ‘The Migo’s member Quavo commented on the pictures.
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As we reported, Kanye West made headlines in the past 24 hours after he sat down with Nick Cannon to discuss issues including his Presidental run.
In the interview, released on Cannon’s podcast, Yeezy debunks the rumors he is helping or being paid by Republicans in this year’s election to siphon off votes from Joe Biden.
“Bro, can’t nobody pay me!” Kanye responded. “I got more money than Trump!”
Also, during the interview, West explains that he spent over $50 MILLION on his ‘Sunday Service’ claiming he took the money out of the marketing for ‘Yeezy’ shoes — which were “selling themselves” and didn’t need the advertising.
See The Latest Interview Below…