While you were slaving at work in order to afford the monthly payment for your run-of-the-mill sedan, 20-year-old Justin Bieber was presented with a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport.
The red seven-figure supercar was gifted to the Canadian pop star from none other than Birdman, aka “Uncle Stunna” to the Biebs, according to MTV.com. TMZ reports the car is just one he's welcome to drive when he's in Miami, though.
Birdman, co-founder of Cash Money Records, has been seeing a lot of Bieber lately. The two have posted numerous pictures together throughout the last week, and MTV.com is reporting that Bieber is currently working on a single with Cash Money Records artist Austin Mahone.
Despite Birdman’s generous offer to Bieber, Birdman's Cash Money Records has been in hot water for allegedly failing to deliver “cash money” to its artists.
In a November 2012 interview with Complex, rapper Juvenile spoke of his legal troubles with the record company.
“[Cash Money Records] ain’t pay us and we went to court. They lost in court. Simple as that,” he said, adding that he was awarded $11 million from the label.