VIDEO: Lady Gaga owns a $60K Tesla Cybertruck as she was seen holding WITH A TEXAS HOLD 'EM BOARD KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, February 17, 2024

VIDEO: Lady Gaga owns a $60K Tesla Cybertruck as she was seen holding WITH A TEXAS HOLD 'EM BOARD

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Lady Gaga owns a $60K Tesla Cybertruck as she was seen holding WITH A TEXAS HOLD 'EM BOARD.

Lady Gaga has always been a pop culture icon on the front lines of innovation, and it appears that might extend to her rides as well.

New photos show the pop star in one of the new and highly-coveted Tesla Cybertrucks. Images shared on X showed Gaga leaving a Whole Foods Market with a few coffees and hopping into the passenger seat of the swanky new truck.

However, the Cybertruck's journey hasn't been without its hiccups. Early adopters, including some high-profile names, have reported issues with orange rust spots developing after exposure to rain. This revelation has sparked a debate on the durability of the materials used and whether the truck can withstand the varied climates across the country. Despite this setback, the allure of the Cybertruck remains strong, with its promise of combining advanced technology with environmental responsibility.

But its exotic design, a unique, polygonal wedge shape, has clearly drawn plenty of attention as well, making it a status symbol for those who had enough clout to get their hands on one early — as Teslarati pointed out last month, Williams was the first celebrity seen driving the vehicle after it was released.

And Lady Gaga is only the latest in a growing list of A-listers who've been spotted driving a Cybertruck, including Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian and his wife, tennis legend Serena Williams.

From a purely marketing perspective, prioritizing celebrities in the rollout of a vehicle makes a ton of sense. It's clearly an important part of Tesla's strategy.
Only the highly connected appear to have gotten first dibs on the truck, which Tesla started delivering to customers in November. One of the lucky customers was Serena Williams' husband, Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian. Meanwhile, stars like Spike Lee were still on the waitlist at the time, Business Insider previously reported.

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