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FaZe Jarvis terrifies FaZe Rug with spray paint prank on $150k car

Published: 28/Sep/2020 13:29 Updated: 28/Sep/2020 16:53

by Jacob Hale

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 FaZe Clan is the home of some of the richest, flashiest influencers in the world, and Jarvis pranked fellow member Rug by pretending a fan had destroyed his $150,000 Mercedes-AMG.

As some of the biggest young names in Los Angeles, you could imagine the houses they’re living in and the cars they’re driving.

That said, being in FaZe Clan, pranks are just part of the gig. It’s something they’ve seen loads of success with, Rug especially — but he definitely didn’t see this one coming.

When he turned up at the FaZe house to film a video with his crew, there was actually an even bigger video happening that Rug was completely unaware of.

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FaZe Rug Mercedes G Wagon
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Rug takes pride in his car collection, which has also featured the likes of a Lamborghini Huracan and Urus.

While taking part in a ‘Dunk Tank’ challenge, with different FaZe members going head-to-head to drop each other in a tank of cold water, Jarvis snuck off to get the ball rolling.

Taking two cans of fake spray paint, he coated Rug’s Mercedes-AMG G63 — which costs a minimum or around $150,000 brand new — with a Twitter handle for a fake ‘fan,’ some strange shapes and a hashtag #FaZe5, for the organization’s ongoing recruitment drive.

To make it look more legitimate, he even spray painted FaZe Adapt’s car with similar messages and, as you could imagine, it didn’t inspire the kindest reactions from the affected.

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After the fake ‘Dunk Tank’ video was done filming, Rug and his brother Brawadis went to leave and were clearly absolutely furious with what had happened.

Demanding to know where the security guard was, why the gate was left open and to see the security footage, the rest of the FaZe House members took Rug to see the footage but, upon turning the PC on, were met with one simple message: “It’s a prank!”

You can immediately see Rug’s demeanor change, throwing his bag on the floor and falling onto the nearest bed with a wide, relieved grin on his face.

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Luckily, the paint was quickly cleaned off and the G Wagon was back to normal — but we don’t want to imagine the cost if it hadn’t been temporary.

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Most ridiculously expensive cars owned by rappers revealed

Published: 13/Oct/2020 13:29

by Kieran Bicknell

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Musicians have one of the most intensive lifestyles in the world, touring the globe to promote their work to millions of people. Thankfully, hard work brings rewards, which rappers often spend on incredible car collections.

Luxury items such as exotic cars are seen as a status symbol. They’re a fantastic way to not only ‘flex’ wealth, but also make a statement wherever they go.

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Successful rappers such as Drake and Travis Scott love nothing more than showing off their success with ultra-expensive cars, but they’re far from the only ones. Below, we’ve rounded up five of the most expensive cars ever to be owned by rap artists for your enjoyment.

Drake Mansory Phantom
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Drake’s custom Mansory Phantom set him back at least $700,000.

5. Drake’s Mansory Bushukan Phantom – $700,000+

Drake has an insane amount of cars, but one of his most recognizable is his custom Rolls-Royce Phantom.

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Modified by Mansory, the Phantom features a one-off design incorporating a number of OVO elements, including a custom OVO gold owl hood ornament.

Travis Scott Landaulet
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One of the most unusual cars in Travis’ collection is the Maybach G650 Landaulet, with only 99 made worldwide.

4. Travis Scott’s Maybach G650 Landaulet – $1 million

Travis Scott has one of the most incredible car collections of any rapper. Featuring Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Bugattis, one of the rarest (and most expensive) cars is his Maybach G650 Landaulet.

With only 99 built, the G650 Landaulet is based upon the Mercedes G Wagon. Featuring a custom extended body with convertible rear section, the G650 puts out over 600hp from its V12 engine.

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3. Post Malone’s McLaren Senna XP – $1.7 million

Post Malone is known for his keen love of custom and exotic cars. With his fleet ranging from a custom 1992 Ford Explorer (which he named a song after) to Rolls-Royces, the jewel in this rapper’s collection is undoubtedly his McLaren Senna.

His Senna is no ordinary hypercar, however, with Post having one of the ultra-rare prototypes from McLaren themselves. Dubbed the Senna XP, Master of Monaco, this one-off prototype is worth significantly more than a standard McLaren Senna.

Kanye West McLaren SLR Stirling Moss
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Kanye’s McLaren SLR Stirling Moss is one of only 75 in the world.

2. Kanye West’s McLaren SLR ‘Stirling Moss’ – $2 million

Kanye’s collection is an eclectic one, but the standout car has to be his McLaren SLR Stirling Moss. Based on the already legendary McLaren SLR, the ‘Stirling Moss’ edition pays tribute to the legendary racing driver of the same name.

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Featuring an open two-seat cockpit, 641bhp, and a top speed of 220 mph, the SLR Stirling Moss is a serious performance car. It’s collectible, too, and could turn out to be a very good investment for Kanye in the long run.

JayZ Maybach Exelero
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The Maybach Exelero is one of the most exclusive cars ever built.

1. Jay Z’s Maybach Exelero – $8 million

Jay-Z has a car collection that is worth more than most celebrities’ entire net worth. The crown of his collection is undoubtedly the ultra-rare, ultra-expensive Maybach Exelero.

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Read more: Kanye West’s incredible $6.4m car collection will blow you away

One of only 12 known to exist, the Exelero is a 2.6 ton, ultra-luxurious performance coupe. Not only does it look incredible, but it also holds the world speed record for a luxury vehicle on street-legal tires.

Powered by a 700hp V12 engine, the Exerlero is capable of reaching a top speed well in excess of 200 mph.