Check Out This Bugatti Veyron Made Of Gold


If you thought flossing and stunting were two unrelated words, one meaning to clean one’s teeth with a string, while the other referring to jumping through a window made of sugar, the English language slang says no!

Flossing and stunting is what “ballers and gangsters” do, and it basically means to show off one’s opulent material possessions, and really make sure everybody has seen you, so that you make insecure less financially fortunate people feel uneasy.

Musician Flo Rida can now be added to that category with ease, and while his previous rides were always head turning (and not necessarily in a positive way, may I add), his most recently acquired vehicle beats them all. It’s a gold chrome-wrapped Bugatti Veyron, which stands out, a lot, like you can’t not look at it when it passes by, in all its flossin’ glory.

If you ask me, Flo Rida is a kind of middle-of-the-pack artist in the music industry, and his only way to stand out is not through the quality of his musical works, but the wit with which he can spend his millions. A faux-gold Veyron definitely seems legit, given the current situation, because he is living his “You can have whatever you like” song, which I’ve posted below, for your amusement, and to get the right mood for this piece going nicely.

The Ride cost a whooping $1.7m.






  1. Forget about those who are on Forbes published list. The richest people in the world are actually Jews and Nigerians. This gold Bugatti has already hit the nigerian streets in its same gold form, owned by a young Nigerian oil guy called Romeo. And that is just one. There are others around too, owned by individuals who don’t mind flying out the cars for routine oil change and service, and then back in again.


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