If you weren't able to cop merch from the Supreme x Louis Vuitton drop, here's your chance. The only catch is that you have to cough up nearly $200,000. Rashed Saif Al Belhasa, also known as "Money Kicks" in the sneaker world, announced he's selling his Ferrari wrapped in the Supreme and LV signature print.
The 15-year-old Dubai native quickly got tired of the whip, breaking the news to his 1.2 million YouTube subscribers that he sold the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Fat Joe makes an appearance in the video as he shares these wise words: "We can't be married to certain items. We just gotta step it up and get bigger and better, what's coming is a million times better." But don't worry, Belhasa already bought another replacement car. If you're interested, the Berlinetta is listed with an asking price of 699,000 Emirati dirhams (or approximately $190,000 USD) by Dubai dealer Deals on Wheels.
Belhasa, who is the son of a billionaire construction tycoon, is still too young to have actually driven the car since Dubai's legal driving age is 18. So, whoever has been riding it has put 5,853 miles on it, CarScoops points out. If the Supreme x LV print isn't your style, the wrap is seemingly removable with the Berlinetta having a yellow paint job.
Sole Collector's Full Size Run recently caught up with Belhasa, where he announced that he's opening a sneaker store in Dubai with Fat Joe, as well as what it's like to hang out with Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled. Check out that interview below: