T Pain drives Uber passenger to his location and the passenger is shocked but pleased.
Artist and entrepreneur T Pain seems to have joined Yung Joc in the driver business.
@tpain had also partnered up with @gocarvana for a gas giveaway.
T Pain shared a video saying that he has dedicated gas days where he fills up all of his because he understands how expensive gas is.
Now if you think T Pain drives Uber because he is broke, you are sadly mistaken.
The businessman, whose real name is Faheem Rashad Najm spoke about creating wealth after going bankrupt and opted to never do that again.
During an interview on The Breakfast Club he said, “Now I know what the high end is and what the low end is,” he said. “I’ve been mega-rich, I’ve been super broke, right in the middle of thinking I was mega-rich, and then got rich again, and you know learned how to really give a s— about money.”
T Pain is a huge car collector. The former Masked Singer’s car collection includes a Rolls Royce Phantom, MINI Cooper S, a 1969 Chevrolet Impala. Additionally, he has collected a Bugatti Veyron, and a Ferrari F430.
But the ‘Kiss Kiss’ artist also enjoys tweaking and updating some of his special vehicles and co-owns Auto Extreme, a car customizing company. Through his venture, the rapper has painted and even changed trim levels of the vehicles in his collection. Let’s look at some of the luxury cars in T-Pain’s garage.
T Pain joins Yung Joc in the driver industry.
Yung Joc previously spoke out about being a rideshare driver. He explained how he uses the time to earn an honest living and speak to the youth.
“So, I’m a part of this organization for about 25 years, Big Brother Big Sister.” He continued, “and a lot of times, when we’re talking to these kids, you gotta lead by example.”
The “It’s Going Down” rapper, whose real name is Jasiel Amon Tucker Robinson, told TMZ in a video on Tuesday.
“Sometimes you gotta show people that you’re not too big, you have to show them what humility is, and you’re not too big to do the right thing, like making an honest living,” he added. “I think a lot of the time our kids, and even adults, go astray because they’re too ashamed too prideful to do something.”
As T Pain dropped the passenger off to his destination, he also opened the door for him. As the passenger got out of the vehicle he said, “nice driving you did great”.
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