The British rapper allegedly posted an Instagram story of himself at the scene, but this hasn’t confirmed whether he was driving the Ferrari or not. There were reportedly also older videos of the rapper with the vehicle on Saturday, but these are no longer visible on the social media platform. However, the rapper’s latest post contains the cryptic text “wasn’t me”, leading us to believe he wasn’t behind the wheel when the crash occurred.
Thankfully, there were no serious injuries despite the extensive damage to the 488. From the footage, the airbags did their job and deployed when the crash occurred. Fortunately, due to the 3.9-liter V8 engine’s location in the mid-engine Ferrari, it could theoretically be salvaged and find a new home in another car. After all, the 661-horsepower motor is a masterpiece on its own.