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Offset found out the hard way that he can't lose a whole Bentley and expect insurance to cover the loss.

The Migos rapper has been ordered to pay $950,000 in a lawsuit over the missing Bentley.

Platinum Transportation Group in Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against the Georgia native over the luxury motor car, which he rented last year and never returned.

According to legal documents, PTG executives claim they drew up a contract with Offset in May and rented him a 2020 Bentley Bentayga for a couple of days. At his request, the term was extended until late July.

But early that month, Offset, 29, told PTG he didn't know where the car was. He suggested it might have been stolen and he stopped making the rental payments after his lease was up on July 25.

According to WENN.com, company bosses claim Offset failed to return the vehicle, and they filed a police report.

Now, a judge has signed off on damages of $950,027.35, and ordered the rapper to pay up. A default usually means the defendant didn't respond to the lawsuit or failed to show up to challenge the case in court.

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Meanwhile, Offset's wife Cardi B shared photos of the couple's new mansion in New York City.

The 29-year-old Grammy winner shared a photo of herself standing in the expansive foyer with a double grand staircase behind her.

She celebrated finally having a house of her own in her "home city" of New York.

"These days I don't just live one place, I'm everywhere due to my work," she explained in the photo caption.

"One thing for sure I needed a home in my home city of NY! I'm soo proud of myself. I work so hard for my children to be comfortable everywhere they are regardless of work...

"Me and my husband have always dreamed of having a crib in NY, and we have decided to add to our portfolio of homes, along with Atlanta and LA."

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Rapper Offset is being sued by a luxury car dealership for reportedly losing one of their Bentley automobiles.

Platinum Transportation Group in Los Angeles gave the Migos rapper every opportunity to return a Bentley he rented in 2020. But, so far, Offset has failed to deliver the vehicle.

The exotic car dealership filed a lawsuit against Offset, according to documents obtained by TMZ.

PTG executives claim they rented a 2020 Bentley Bentayga to Offset for a couple days. The rapper asked for an extension of his contract and the terms were extended until late July.

But, after his lease was up on July 25th, Offset stopped making the rental payments.

PTG contacted him, and they were surprised to learn that he no longer had the car in his possession.

The dealership filed a police report declaring the luxury vehicle stolen.

It's not every day that a rapper losses a Bentley. So far, no charges have been filed.

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