Lil Yatchy has insinuated that a recent traffic stop with a white police officer might have been racially motivated. On Tuesday afternoon, the 21-year-old rapper claimed that the officer in question had doubts over the car's ownership and "didn't believe" the vehicle belonged to him.

“Wow a white cop really just pulled me over just to ask me for the bill of sale on my car because he didn’t believe it was mine,” he tweeted. “I didn’t do anything wrong. He literally just doesn’t believe it’s my car. Shit is crazy.”

At present, details regarding the location of the incident or the make of car are unknown but judging by his tweets, the entertainer was able to settle the matter and move on.

Lil Boat has expressed his love for luxury cars in the past. On August 24, the rapper tweeted a picture of himself holding keys to a Ferrari. Back in April, the rapper also purchased a Corvette for his best friend as per his Instagram.

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