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Lil Twist Wrecks Justin Bieber’s Sports Car

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Lil Twist may need to invest in some remedial driver’s education after wrecking Justin Bieber‘s car, yet again.

According to TMZ, the Young Money rapper crashed the pop star’s uber expensive Fisker sports car in San Fernando Valley on Tuesday (March 5).

Sources tell TMZ that Twist crashed into cement poles protecting a liquor store and then quickly fled the scene. Reportedly, a BMW pulled up and whisked Twist and his friends away after they put the broken parts of the Fisker into the vehicle.

In California, it is a crime to leave the scene of an accident without exchanging information with the victim. In this case, Twist did not do so with the liquor store owner.

However, Twist seems to disagree with the reports. He took to Twitter to address what one can only assume is in relation to the incident.


This is not the first time Twist has scuffed up one of Justin’s rides. Back in January, he apparently bottomed out while driving Biebs’ Ferrari at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills. The cost of the damage: almost $10,000.

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