It's almost a universal knee-jerk reaction. People see a rapper driving an extremely expensive luxury or supercar, and the people of the public shake their heads, wave their hands in dismissal, and go, "pshh, rented. He doesn't own that." They do it like they actually know, with 100 percent certainty, that they can tell, based on how many "Likes" somebody gets on the blogs, how much money an artist has. Hell, we've even done it. But the truth is that nobody knows other people's financial situations ... until stories like the following come out about houses and cars getting repossessed. We did a little digging and found a few examples. See who's actually been faking it with A Recent History of Repossessed Celebrity Cars.