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Durell Rellz, a flamboyant car salesman for Richards Honda dealership, is going viral online thanks to his flaming sales pitch.

Radio personality Rickey Smiley uploaded the video to his YouTube channel. He captioned the video, "When you mix digital underground with @Gary With Da Tea ... Follow Durrell on Instagram @durellyrellz."

In the video, Durell hops out of a Honda trunk, then prances while singing his catchy trademark line: "Where the money reside?"

His pitch is so popular that he created a t-shirt line with his catchphrase on the front.

Question: Would you buy a car from Durell?
 

 

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