Gillie Da Kid, renowned host of “Million Dollaz Worth of Game,” has his sights set on DJ Envy’s upcoming car show. With a fierce determination to leave a lasting impression, Gillie vows to “elevate” the event while proudly exhibiting his cherished classic Corvette from his esteemed collection.
Recently, Gillie Da Kid took a trip to his garage to revive his rare 1974 Corvette, treating it to a meticulous rinse and wax. Amidst this endeavor, Gillie seized the opportunity to playfully challenge DJ Envy and his highly-anticipated car show. He exclaimed, “Bring that baby back to life. Muthafucka was filthy. 1974 ya know what I mean. With that 383 Stroke in it. DJ Envy next time you have a car show let me know, man. Me and Wallo come fuck your joint up. All original too.”
News of Gillie’s bold declaration swiftly reached DJ Envy, who entertained the notion of bringing his renowned car show to Philadelphia sometime in the future. Envy responded enthusiastically, stating, “I think it’s time… Let’s do something in Philly.”
Gillie’s immaculate Corvette garnered praise from fellow aficionados, including the likes of comedian Lil Duval and Curren$y. Lil Duval, despite his personal preference, acknowledged, “Naw, that’s kinda hard, and I don’t even like Corvettes.” Meanwhile, DJ Envy’s recent car show, held in Memphis on May 28, paid tribute to the late Young Dolph and showcased an array of remarkable cars, including those from the collections of 50 Cent and Key Glock.
The anticipation surrounding DJ Envy’s car show reached unprecedented heights leading up to the event. This was primarily due to a heated exchange of words with Rick Ross, resulting in an intense rivalry and a fierce competition to host the most extraordinary car show. Rick Ross, who plans to host his own show at the Promise Land estate in Georgia, claimed that DJ Envy could never match his level of expertise. The feud escalated on social media, with both artists engaging in a war of disrespectful comments.
The rivalry took a personal turn when DJ Envy made jabs at Rick Ross, referencing his previous occupation as a correctional officer before his rise to stardom. During an episode of The Breakfast Club, Envy humorously donned a police uniform, reigniting discussions about Rick Ross’ past in Miami in the mid-’90s. In response, Rick Ross showcased his opulent lifestyle, going as far as offering pool boy positions to Envy’s children and suggesting Envy’s wife could be his “pickleball paddle polisher.”