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He probably rented the cars. Having your picture taken in one doesn't mean you own it.

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Damn I didn't know Charles Johnson's momma had so many screen names. At least that would explain why so many users are bitching about how a grown man spends his money (God forbid somebody did that to you D:)

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Damn I didn't know Charles Johnson's momma had so many screen names. At least that would explain why so many users are bitching about how a grown man spends his money (God forbid somebody did that to you D:)

all i know is that nobody here is just screwing off and having fun

we are all deeply, deeply concerned about our cj :(

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CJ has 4 great free agency pick ups in that trunk alone.....SMH lol

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what an idiot. He definitely isn't the brightest bulb in the christmas tree

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His daily driver is his black Benz SUV. Not really flashy.

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Not impressed until he tweets a picture of his speedometer going atleast 90.

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If you've got that kinda money this is the car you buy

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step up your game bitch

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