Gotti sends Instagram shockwaves with a splurge – a Cullinan, an F8 Tributo and a Urus aside from a Richard Mille X Lamborghini watch
For Yo Gotti, multiplatinum Memphis superstar rapper with a net worth of $5.2 million, it’s understandable if he would want to spoil himself on his 39th birthday. And we mean spoil.
Born Mario Mims on May 19, 1981, the founder/CEO of record label Collective Music Group (CMG), treated himself to a $1.3 million worth of three turquoise-painted rides: a Rolls Royce Cullinan full-sized luxury SUV, a Ferrari F8 Tributo sports car, and a Lamborghini Urus super SUV.
The price of the Cullinan was roughly $450,000 plus additional $30,000 for customization, the F8 Tributo costs $375,000 plus additional $25,000 for customization, and for the Urus, Gotti set him back $290,000 (customization costs $30,000).
And let’s not forget the Richard Mille x Lamborghini watch—customized, of course—that costs roughly about $180,000 that came with the Urus purchase.
Gotti has several songs that made the Billboard’s Hot 100, including Down In The DM (featuring Nicki Minaj) that peaked at No. 3 in 2016 and Rake It Up (featuring Nicki Minaj) that peaked at No. 5 in 2017. His 10th full-length studio album and first in three years, “Untapped” was released last January. Upon going live, it catapulted into the Top 10 of iTunes Top Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Chart.
Indeed, life is good for Gotti as he also showed off his 50-pound (22.6kg) weight loss on his recent Instagram posts.
The Memphis-native followed up with a video, sharing a special birthday message: “Shout out to the streets for always supporting me, shout out to all the fans,” he said in the clip surrounded by the pricey new acquisitions. “Appreciate y’all for putting me in a position to spend a million dollars on my birthday.”
Charles E. Buban is an old timer in the Philippine automotive journalism scene. He first started covering the automotive beat in 2003, writing news and reviews of new models and car tech, among other car-related stuff. When not writing about cars, he could often be seen riding his mountain bike or doing long walks in the hope of catching a couple of legendary Pokemons.