G Perico Artist Behind "Tango" , Survives A Crash That Ruins His Classic Old School Vehicle
G Perico probably just cheated death.
The Los Angeles rapper posted a video on Instagram on Sunday (February 20) in which he reveals he chipped a tooth and hit his head on the windshield of his old-school Chevy in an accident earlier that evening. The cameraman panned the camera to G Perico's totaled 1987 SS Monte Carlo Aerocoupe, which the Tango rapper promised in the caption would be re-restored by summertime.stated in the video
“God damn, man they blew me out,” G Perico said. “Some muthafucka’s swerved in front of me. They don’t want to see greatness. Aye, guess what, we still going to make the summertime though.”
In the comment section of the video, several West Coast OGs and other rap peers expressed relief that G Perico walked away from the terrible accident.
“Stay safe young loc,” Snoop Dogg wrote, followed by Curren$y, “Replaceable things G shit don’t stop.”
It is a rare stock car racing classic with a rounded rear windshield and aerodynamic lines that was first introduced by Chevrolet in 1985 with a carbureted 5.0-liter V-8 engine. There were only 6,252 Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupes built between 1986 and 1987, with the vast majority produced in 1987, according to vintage automotive outfit Hemmings.
In the video for "Long Year" featuring BlocBoi Fame, G Perico actually demonstrated his fully restored Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe.
G Perico began the month of February with a head of steam following the release of his Tango album, which follows up his 2021 Play 2 Win album.