March 8, 2013
Justin Bieber has apparently loaned his friend Lil Twist his chromed out Fisker Karma (price base $100,000) while he is away in London. On March 2, Lil Twist drove the car and did not use caution while driving to a San Fernando Valley liquor store in Southern California.
According to eye-witnesses the driver smashed the car into a couple of cement poles protecting the store’s walls. The poles suffered damage and so did the front end of Justin Bieber’s car.
Witnesses also claim that one of the two passengers told an on looker, “Do you know whose car this is? It’s Justin Bieber’s car.”
Source say that 1 of the two passengers was Chris Brown. This has not been confirmed by Brown’s representative.
TMZ reports that minutes after the crash a BMW pulled into the parking lot and the driver told twist and his friends to get the pieces that fall off the car and put it in the BMW. After doing as they were told the 3 got into the BMW and drove away. Driving away from the scene of the accident without exchanging information is technically a hit and run crime.
Justin Bieber, Lil Twist and one of Bieber’s cars in an accident is not exactly a new combo. On Jan 1 twist was pulled over for speeding in Bieber’s Ferrari. A paparazzo rushing to take pictures of the scene was hit and killed by a car while trying to cross the street.
Twist also reportedly bottomed out Bieber’s Ferrari in the Four Season’s parking lot.
Just 6 days before this incident Lil Twist was pulled over by CHP on the same Fisker Karma on the 101 Freeway because he made an unsafe lane change. CHP gave Lil Twist a break but was issued a ticket for tinted windows.
On somewhat related news Lil Twist was also the center of Justin’s marijuana controversy and sizzurp scandal.
It is still unclear whether Lil Twist will be prosecuted for this incident.
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