SMH: Watch This Rapper Destroy His Mercedes In Disturbing Video Of Nervous Breakdown

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 02:  Rapper Lil Xan visits the SiriusXM Studios on March 2, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo by Matthew Eisman/Getty Images)

SMH: Watch This Rapper Destroy His Mercedes In Disturbing Video Of Nervous Breakdown

"This is mental f**king illness. I don't care. Make fun of me. Make fun of me on the internet."

Published May 7th

California rapper Lil Xan has unfortunately hit a troublesome breaking point in his career after not even a full year in the rap game.

In a new video filmed by the 21-year-old rapper himself, he’s venting it all out by destroying his Mercedes G-Wagon that he says he can’t even drive due to disturbing claims against his management.

Xan uploaded the video with a concerning remark on his mental health after revealing to the camera all the damage he’d done to his vehicle. According to him, he wants to show fans “what mental illness really f**king looks like.”

The “Betrayed” rapper keyed up the exterior of his all-black Mercedes from its hood, all the way to its side doors. He begins violently kicking the $150,000 vehicle before expressing the reason behind his frustrations.

“You wanna know why I’m doing that?” he asks. “Because of mental f**king illness. All this materialistic sh** don’t mean sh** in the world.”

He calls himself a “slave” to his management and everyone around him, which presumably also sparked the breakdown. What he means by that is he doesn’t have control of his own property, like his license or bank account, Xan clarifies. That might also explain why he took his rage out on the luxury whip, which he said that he can’t even drive after “they’ put it in the basement to stow away from him.

“This is mental f**king illness. I don't care, make fun of me. Make fun of me on the internet. I don’t give a f**k.”

The clip concludes with more frustrated thrashing at the video from Xan.

The California native has had a rough run for his first year in the industry after recently coming under fire for his commentary on late West Coast rap legend Tupac and being escorted by police after fans confronted him about the remarks.

See his latest message to fans below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Matthew Eisman/Getty Images)

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