Rumors Migos rapper Quavo had Saweetie’s birthday Bentley repossessed after their breakup started circulating in March but was only just confirmed with the release of Migos’ Culture III album.
“Havin’ my way, now this shit like a business,” Quavo raps on “Having Our Way” featuring Drake. “Load up the bases, now I feel like Cal Ripken/She had it her way, now she out of a Bentley.”
But Saweetie has clearly moved on — not only in her personal life but also in her choice of vehicles. On Friday (June 18), Rolls-Royce Client Experience representative Cassidy Von Seggern shared a photo of herself posing with Saweetie in front of a Rolls the self-described Icy Girl appeared to have just purchased.
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According to TMZ, the luxury vehicle was being delivered to Saweetie’s spot in the Hollywood Hills with champagne glasses in tow. Von Seggern wrote in the caption, “She a real bad bish, drive her own RR. #icy,” to which Saweetie said, “My girl!”
The caption is a reference to Saweetie’s “Best Friends” collaboration with Doja Cat and the pick up line Quavo supposedly used to hit on Saweetie at the beginning of their budding romance.
Quavo and Saweetie publicly ended their roughly three-year relationship on March 19 with a pair of Twitter posts. In the process, she suggested the Migos rapper had been unfaithful at some point during their romance.
“I’m single,” Saweetie wrote. “I’ve endured too much betrayal and hurt behind the scenes for a false narrative to be circulating that degrades my character. Presents don’t band aid scars and the love isn’t real when the intimacy is given to other women.
Shortly after, video surveillance footage of a physical altercation between Quavo and Saweetie was leaked online, providing a little insight into what possibly led to their split.
But Saweetie seemed to be in a good place despite all of the relationship drama, adding at the time, “I emotionally checked out a long time ago and have walked away with a deep sense of peace and freedom. Excited for this new chapter of elevation.”