You Could Snag 6ix9ine's Seized Lamborghini and Bentley at Auction

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You Can Bid on 6ix9ine's Seized Lambo and BentleyIRS/GSA Auctions

Interested in owning a 2019 Lamborghini Urus or a 2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed? What about one with an unusual wrap that looks custom-made for a celebrity? What about one that was custom-made for a celebrity? Well, you can now, as two luxury cars formerly owned by rapper 6ix9ine will be auctioned online on GSA Auctions.

Both vehicles were taken from the Florida home of 6ix9ine — a.k.a Tekashi69, a.k.a. 6ix9ine — a.k.a Tekashi69, a.k.a. Wallah Dan, a.k.a. Daniel HernandezWallah Dan, a.k.a. Daniel Hernandez — on April 17 as part of an IRS asset seizure, allegedly as a result of “nonpayment of internal revenue taxes,” as shown in a social media video. GSA Auctions offer government property for auction to the general public, including property acquired as part of a seizure of assets.

According to early reports of the raid, multiple luxury cars were taken from his residence, but so far the Lamborghini and Bentley are the only cars that have been posted for auction. The rapper is currently residing in the Dominican Republic awaiting a court decision on charges of domestic violence.

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Part of the reason it’s so easy to track where these vehicles came from is their highly distinctive paint job. The Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Continental GT in question have a custom paint job in a neon splatter pattern with respective blue and green base colors.


Auction notes say that the Lamborghini has 49,294 miles on it and the Bentley has 38,803. The Bentley also has damage to the windshield, both side windows, and the convertible top. The video posted to X of the seizure alleges that the damage to the driver side window is a bullet hole, although this has not been verified.

The auction process for both listings is fully online and will start the morning of July 8, closing on July 23. The current bid on both vehicles is $20,000, though that price includes the label “Reserve Not Met”, meaning it is under the “reserve” or minimum price GSA will accept for the item.

The reserve price is not shown, but the base price for the 2019 Lamborghini Urus was $200,000 and $243,025 for the 2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed, and that’s for a car that wasn’t owned by and seized from a controversial celebrity. We wouldn’t be surprised to see bids climb quickly after the opening of the sale.

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If you’re interested in getting your hands on one — or both — vehicles and don’t mind a loud paint job or a little window damage, get ready to bid on July 8. The rest of us will be watching to see what happens and if more raided cars get added to the auction site.

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