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Lil Wayne is among the highest paid rappers in the music business, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t spoiled by other people in his life.

On Sunday (September 20), Weezy shared an Instagram video of his brand new 2020 McLaren 720S, which comes courtesy of Young Money Entertainment president Mack Maine.

Maine’s luxurious gift arrived a full week ahead of Wayne’s 38th birthday and comes with an over $400,000 price tag.

“I luh ya brudda!” Wayne wrote in the caption. “I need that F1 driver outfit @ab had on!!”

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I luh ya brudda! I need that F1 driver outfit @ab had on!!

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Wayne took his excitement to Twitter on Sunday afternoon, writing, “So my brudda Mack just bought me a McLaren!!!! wtf!!!! u know I ride for my MF n!igga (my voise).”

Maine also shared a trio of photos showing off the car in his Instagram Stories with a message that read, “Happy Bday Tunechi” along with another video of the car from the Young Money Twitter account.

Maine has been the Young Money president since 2009 and also owns his own label called Soothe Your Soul Records.

As a rapper, Maine has appeared on a few compilation albums, including 2009’s We Are Young Money and 2014’s Young Money: Rise of an Empire. He’s also dropped several mixtapes, starting in 2006 with Young Money, Vol. 1 featuring Wayne, Boo and Curren$y.

In terms of the McLaren, the vehicle comes with all kinds of bells and whistles. It reportedly changes color when the sun sets and includes a McLaren 4-speaker audio system, audio media player, Bluetooth telephony, USB connectivity, aux in and voice control for infotainment.

Check out a video of the car below.

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