Young Millionaire Forced To Apologize For His Insulting Lamborghini Police Rant

The Self-styled "Lord" and His Lambo

The Self-styled "Lord" and His Lambo

You can find Aleem Iqbal, aka "Lord", on his YouTube channel or social media, flaunting his collection of supercars. In particular, this one; a personalized white Lamborghini with the word "Lord" on the hood.

It was this vehicle that the young millionaire was pulled over in recently by English police...and let's just say that the Lord wasn't happy!

Filming Him Filming Them

Filming Him Filming Them

There were many people around when the white Lambo was pulled over and there are a handful of different videos of the event, which show the 21-year-old losing his temper outside of the cop car as the officers remain inside. He films the cops on his own phone.

Iqbal goes on an ill-tempered rant that, if we're honest, probably wouldn't be tolerated in the States. It's insulting, and kind of cringe worthy too...

(According to his Instagram, the Lord also has a watch to match his car)

His Shoes Are Worth How Much?!

His Shoes Are Worth How Much?!

“Why are you looking at me? Trust me bro, my shoes are probably worth more than your fucking wages,” the youngster says at one point in the footage. “Don’t look at me like that," he demands of the cops.

He even tells the cops to "fuck off!" as they drive away! That certainly wouldn't fly in many other parts of the world.

“I wasn’t sure if he was genuinely being arrogant and rude, or whether he was putting on a show for his film crew of around three young camera men," editor of the I Am Birmingham website Adam Yosef, told the Birmingham Mail, as he himself took footage of the incident.

“Either way, I felt it was uncalled for and disrespectful.”

Apology?

Apology?

Of course he was forced to apologize!

“Having had time to reflect on what happened and having spoken to his family, Aleem would like to apologize to the police officers involved for the way the situation escalated,” said his agent, according to news.com.au. “Aleem would like to stress that wasn’t shown in the video was the police officers involved harassing him and forcing him to pull over for ‘having cars follow him’.

“Yes, Aleem admits he can get carried away from time to time and said “I’m tired of being harassed by police just because I’m young and drive nice cars. Although that doesn’t excuse my behavior towards the police officers in the video, I hope this paints a clearer picture as to why I reacted the way that I did”.”

Yeah....we feel your pain....

This Will Be On YouTube

This Will Be On YouTube

His agent then went on to list all of the good work that Iqbal does in helping people around the world; flying to Lebanese refugee camps and getting involved with the crisis in Syria. It still makes it hard to excuse his behavior though, doesn't it?

Before Jumping in his car, Aleem looks back at his entourage and says, "Bruh, that's going on YouTube tonight!"