Onome Onokohwomo, better known by his stage name Yung6ix, a Nigerian hip-hop singer, songwriter, and rapper, has posted a video to his official Instagram page showing the moment his car was stolen from a parking lot. The 31-year-old rapper, who was born on July 8, 1989, claimed that valuable items were found in the vehicle.
The man who stole rapper Yung6ix's car broke into the car and carted it away, despite the fact that it was parked inside a parking lot, as seen in the video.
According to the rapper, he had a number of valuable items in his car. He claimed that his new album and mixtape were inside the car, as well as $5000 to $7000 in cash. In addition, he stated that the car contained a black magic 6k camera, four iPhones PS5, and his studio recording equipment. He also stated that he was moving into a new apartment, which explains why all of his valuables were in the car.
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