Xzibit finally speaks about Pimp My Ride, and how it has affected his life in 2020.
MTV car customisation show, Pimp My Ride was a huge success since it was released on the 4th of March 2004. It was a reality show about car customisation, and people could submit video's of their busted up and broken cars to MTV and, if they were "lucky" enough to get chosen, they would have Xzibit roll up to their doorstep and have him take their car to get Pimped.
Pimp My Ride ran on the backbone of West Coast Customs, was produced by MTV and hosted by rapper Xzibit. In later years, the car community was horrified at the cars they customized and said it was an embarrassment to the car community.
Xzibit was interviewed on YouTube channel, HipHopDX, about his Pimp My Ride career. Xzibit goes on to explain that, back then, he was so excited to have his music videos on MTV, regardless of the show he was hosting. He also explained that he had absolutely no part in the car customization, with neither the decisions nor with the physical build, that was all West Coast Customs. Xzibit says he was only seen at the beginning of the show and right at the end. He also says that even today in 2020, he get tweets about why he did certain things to cars in Pimp My Ride, which he said he had no part in.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, HipHopDX, on Xzibit hosting Pimp My Ride.
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