Popular rapper Yo Gotti buys luxury cars worth over GHC7m to celebrate 39th b'day (photos, video)

Popular rapper Yo Gotti buys luxury cars worth over GHC7m to celebrate 39th b'day (photos, video)

- American rapper Yo Gotti celebrated his 39th birthday in a big way

- The rapper got him three luxury cars worth a huge sum of over GHC7 million

- Yo Gotti thanked his fans for putting him in a position to splash such money on himself

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American hip-hop rapper Yo Gotti clocked 39 on Wednesday, May 27, and he went all out to celebrate his big day.

The rapper splashed a huge sum of over GHC7 million ($1.3m) to get himself three brand new luxury cars and a wristwatch to celebrate his special day.

Yo Gotti bought a Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini Urus, Ferrari F8 to celebrate his new age. The rapper shared photos and a video of his new acquisition on his official Instagram page.

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In the video he shared online, the Rake It Up crooner expressed excitement at the cars and the wristwatch. He went on to appreciate his supporters for being there for him.

According to him, he appreciates his fans for supporting him and putting him in a place where he can splash GHC7 million for his birthday.

"Shout out to the streets for always supporting me, shout out to all the fans. I appreciate you all for putting me in a position to spend a million dollars on my birthday," he said.

The rapper's favourite colour seems to be tiffany blue as all the cars came in the colour. The Act Right singer's wristwatch was also in the same colour.

The watch was customised for the rapper's personal use.

In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kylie Jenner bought a modern has bought a $36.5 million (GHC210,296,210.00) Holmby Hills Estate.

The house, a single-story modern house, was said to have 15,350 square feet. It also has a dedicated guardhouse. The house had an outdoor projection screen, home theatre, game rooms, and championship standard basketball court.

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