Desperately needing to up his game from last years helicopter arrival, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver, Reggie Wayne made a grand entrance to training camp, riding shotgun in an IndyCar. After missing the second half of the 2013 season with a torn ACL, it looks like Wayne is ready to go.
"Laying back, kick back. Mind my business, stay in my own lane." These are just a few of the famous words from Marshawn Lynch's conversation with NFL Media's Deion Sanders and from the looks of this recent photo making the rounds on Twitter, Beast Mode would like it if you mind your own business, stay out of his lane, and off his Lamborghini Aventador because apparently he's just 'bout those velvet ropes, boss.
While the velvet ropes are definitely new, this isn't the first time we've seen the Beast Mode Aventador, he was spotted driving his Lamborghini here back in January of this year.
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I love learning what a celeb's first car was and I will say that 50 Cent's first car is not to shabby. I know the guys over at TLC and NOTCOT would love this Toyota Land Cruiser!
Scott Yancey is the star of Flipping Vegas, a show that profiles Scott and his wife buying houses, refabbing them and selling them. While this is not unique, the cars Scott drives often are. In the past we've seen him driving his Ferrari 458, Mclaren MP4, the last generation GT3RS, and now the new Porsche GT3, although this time it's themed in what we could call Goliath livery to go with his Goliath Company theme. More photos of Scott's cars after the jump!
Looks like Chris Brown was looking for a post-jail fresh start, and that's exactly what he got when he took his Lamborghini Aventador in to the guys at JC Customz in Los Angeles. His Aventador went from looking like this, to a new baby blue paint with black accents. I'm actually a fan of the new look. Plus, in my opinion, anything's better than before. What do you think?
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