Celebrities love to show off their lavish lifestyles. Who wouldn’t want to envy their $2 million Beverly Hills mansions, their foreign cars and lucrative business ventures? Though, not all stars live to have material things. Singer YK Osiris recently gave himself a reality check. The entertainer made it known that he doesn’t need to “floss” for the Instagram in order to have success. YK Osiris made a drastic change in his lavish lifestyle that’s made everyone from fans and other HipHop icons gawk in surprise.
He Traded The Foreign For A Hyundai
This year many celebrities even helped contribute to the economic downfall due to the novel pandemic. Efforts like these don’t go unnoticed by the general public. It even reminds us that celebrities are human beings too. Although, just how many of these celebrities are willing to trade in their lavish lifestyles to live an average-everyday person’s life? Singer YK Osiris put that theory to the test after trading all his foreign cars in for a Hyundai Sonata.
The chart-topping singer posted a video to Instagram last Wednesday to reveal that he’s downsizing his lavish lifestyle. “This what I’m riding in now,” Osiris said, showing off his new Hyundai. “This my new car. F*** a foreign. I sold my Lamborghini, I sold my Rolls-Royce, I sold my Cadillacs, yessirski. I ain’t gon’ lie, this thing humble yourself.” Many entertainers claim they’re humble but like to “floss” at the same time. Not too many would do what YK Osiris did in his Instagram post.
No Need To Floss For Instagram
YK Osiris may have all the money in the world, but he doesn’t need several fancy foreign cars to floss his riches. He just needs a Hyundai. The singer further explained that his decision to sell his Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce and Cadillacs had to due with getting his priorities in order. The “Worth It” singer admitted to feeling like he was “loosing himself” in the world of fame and needed to “remember where he came from.” Those are some strong words for a 24-year-old. YK Osiris is already making good life decisions that’ll benefit him in the long run.