This move has sparked conversations about fiscal responsibility within the hip-hop community.
In a notable departure from the wild spending often associated with the Hip-Hop community, rap icons Killer Mike and Maxo Kream are commending the financial prudence of rising Florida rapper Liljitm3n. On Jan.23, the 21-year-old artist took to Instagram Stories to showcase his latest acquisition — a Honda Accord, which stands in stark contrast to the lavish spending habits prevalent among his peers.
Further reinforcing the significance of Liljitm3n’s choice, Quality Control Music CEO Pierre “P” Thomas and Yella Beezy also applauded the move in their replies, recognizing the long-term practicality of such a decision in an industry known for extravagant displays of wealth.
Will Castro of Unique Whips: Special Editions was the mastermind behind Fat Joe’s lavish purchase. According to TMZ, Castro is also responsible for crafting two other Rolls Royces for the New York rapper, including an orange and black one the previous year.
Still, Liljitm3n’s decision to prioritize financial responsibility over extravagant displays of wealth is setting a refreshing example in an industry often characterized by excess. This move has sparked conversations about fiscal responsibility and challenging the prevailing norms within the hip-hop community.
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Source: Black Enterprise