Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Cars Are Being Auctioned By The IRS

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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Cars Are Being Auctioned By The IRS
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Cars Are Being Auctioned By The IRS

Back in April we covered how rap superstar Tekashi 6ix9ine, also called Wallah Dan (legal name Daniel Hernandez) got in big trouble with the IRS. The government agency descended on his Lake Worth, Florida house and seized his Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Continental GTC.

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Both cars have recently appeared on a government auction site with bidding set to begin July 8. Both have a starting bid of $20,000 with reserve not me, but we expect once the bidding begins thos numbers will rise rapidly.

Most people probably don’t care for the color-splash wraps on the cars, but those are removed with relative ease. Both interiors look just fine as well.


The only real blemish we can see in the government-provided images is a cracked driver’s and passenger’s windows on the Bentley from some sort of impact. Some seem to assume this is from a gunshot, but we can’t tell for sure from the photos. Presumably, the car will be cheap enough that replacing the windows will be worth the cost.

In case you’re not aware, the Bentley was customized by TPT Foreigns. It’s listed as having just below 39,000 miles on the odometer. We expect not everyone will like the over-the-top styling of the modified British luxury car, but perhaps it will be appealing enough to help pay off Tekashi’s tax burden.

As for the Lamborghini, it’s showing just below 50,000 miles. It seems Tekashi and his crew enjoyed cruising around in these two rides a fair amount but not excessively since they’re both below average mileage for their age.

Back when news broke of the vehicles’ seizure, there was some speculation about whether or not the government went after more cars owned by the rapper. It seems these are the only two taken, so the IRS must feel auctioning them off will satisfy whatever debt Tekashi has.

Check out the lot listings here and here.

Images via GSA Auctions