‘SoundCloud Rapper’ Gives Lowdown on Owning a Mustang ‘5.Bro’

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Karnevil gives us an incredibly cringey, yet funny parody on what it’s like to own a Mustang. It’s a pretty serious ordeal.

Just a few days back, a video was released into the cyber-verse exploring what it’s like to own a Mustang. Particularly, a 2016 Mustang GT California Special . These cars come with Ford’s 5.0 liter Coyote V8 that operates with an impressive 435 hp and 400 ft lbs of torque. It’s also paired with a six-speed manual transmission or an auto, but the one featured is the manual. So, with that out of the way, what’s it like owning one?

Luckily, Karnevil took a comical and satirical approach on TurBRO’s channel to answering that important question. Aside from the insanely hilarious sarcastic comments and dirty jokes that sneak through the entire video, it’s not bad. In fact, Karnevil says it helps him pick up chicks and put other local rappers in their place. This car was also a major upgrade for his image as an up and coming rapper, since he drove a “home boy carrying case” of a Nissan Sentra.

“You know how a lot of rappers that are up and coming musicians don’t have a lot of cheddar, right? So, like, [the Sentra] was really gas efficient and everything so it was good,” chimes Karnevil. “It was a good low-profile car too, because my name was getting out there for a minute. I had to remain inconspicuous.”

Karnevil's Mustang

Appearances, Appearances

The Mustang, though, is perfect for the aspiring rapper’s image, since the car isn’t inconspicuous. Despite it coming with a large engine and an already loud exhaust, Karnevil says he has plans to add an axle-back exhaust to make “dragging ass” through a WalMart parking lot more fun, and leaving skid marks to immortalize his muscle car. Otherwise, though, he’ll leave it stock. Besides, even though he’s got a unique Mustang, his dream car would be a GT500. If not that, than a Lamborghini, Ferrari or a McLaren would do. The Mustang he has is cool, but, not cool enough for future music videos. That’s what the Italian super-cars would be useful for.

How did Karnevil from Ohio get to come by such a cool car? He says, “I walked into the Ford dealership and asked, ‘What’s your most expensive Ford?’ and they said, ‘Well, it’s gonna run you about 50 G’s,’ I said, ‘ Dawg, that’s nothing’ and I threw down cold, hard cheddar on the table,” recites Karnevil. “Then I grabbed the keys, dipped out, and peeled out of the lot.”

Karnevil Mustang

Karnevil’s favorite part of the car is the 5.0 badge on the fender fitted to the passenger side and the bright orange color: “The badge tells other rappers, ‘hey, I’m better than you,’ and the orange is just like the fire I spit in my music.” Throughout the rest of the video, TurBRO asks Karnevil a handful of other thought provoking questions like: Who would he collab with, how many monthly listeners are on his SoundCloud, and who he’d Marry, Bone or Kill out of Whoopi Goldberg, Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey.

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Before she was old enough to go to school, Kristen Finley spent a majority of her childhood rebuilding rusted Chevy Novas with her dad. Once high school and college came around, she was still actively rebuilding cars, though she found out she had a second greatest love: writing and photography.

Now, in her last year of college, she's pursuing a bachelor's in Journalism and Media Studies from California State University, Monterey Bay after receiving her AA in Communications. She has been writing for three years, and as her school newspaper's automotive expert, she started and solely maintained the weekly automotive section detailing posts on car care, safety tips, features, and news. She covers stories for Mustang Forums, Dodge Forum, JK-Forum and more.

Finley can be contacted at [email protected]

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