NBA YoungBoy recently showed off his car collection to Billboard, but had an interesting clarification to make. Moreover, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper said that, since he can’t drive his cars, he’s looking to get rid of them. While he didn’t expand much on why he can’t drive, many assume it’s due to his house arrest. “Now we made it to the garage,” the I Rest My Case artist told the cameras. “With all the meaningless cars that I can’t drive. I actually want to get rid of all of these cars, I can’t drive any of them. I think I’d rather just fill my garage with antique cars until I do get a little freedom where I could double back and purchase some of these.”
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Furthermore, viewers couldn’t catch a proper glimpse of these vehicles in the short clip Billboard posted to Instagram. While the 23-year-old didn’t detail the extent or makeup of his collection, his thoughts on freedom are quite interesting. Still, some knowledgeable car lovers in the comments informed people who don’t know what to call his big black SUV. “[Ninja emoji] put the Royce in the back like it’s storage,” one user wrote. However, we do get a glimpse of them, including sports cars and larger units.
Meanwhile, YB recently spoke to Billboard about how people terrify him. Moreover, the insights came from the same interview where the rapper talks about his car collection. “I’m terrified of people,” he expressed. “I’m very scared of people. On my kids. I’m terrified of people, and I’m very shy. But I never know why, once I walk on the stage, I can get it done and leave.” Also, he shared that “people are cruel. Like, we can’t control ourselves. So, you never know if someone will do ya.”
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Additionally, he gave examples of his growth across his life, as he now converses with Mormon missionaries who he used to turn away. “I wanted help very badly. I needed a friend. And it hit me,” the MC stated. “It was just cool to see someone with a different mindset that had nothing to do with business or money — just these wonderful souls.” Meanwhile, if you’re interested in his thoughts, check out Billboard’s interview below. Also, comment what you think of YB’s decision to get rid of his cars, and stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news on his career.[via]