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Guess Which NFL Athlete Owns This Crazy Rolls-Royce Cullinan?

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The Spirit of Ecstasy has some new swag.

If you've never heard of Odell Beckham Jr, you probably aren't a very big football fan. The former Giants wide receiver is one of the best players in the NFL and with that status comes a five-year deal worth $90 million. So what is a newly-signed 26-year old millionaire to do with his earnings? Buy a Rolls-Royce, of course.

We've seen other NFL players put flashy liveries on the Rolls-Royce cars before but Beckham has taken things to a new level with his Cullinan. The car is a product of DreamWorks Motorsports in Roxboro, North Carolina, who have created a Rolls-Royce unlike any we have ever seen.

The black Cullinan has been wrapped in a bright shade of orange to match Beckham's new team for 2019, the Cleveland Browns. Wrapping has become an effective way to change a car's color, which is perfect for millionaire athletes when they switch teams. DreamWorks has also added 26-inch Forgiato wheels with the signature Rolls-Royce floating center cap, black accents, and window tint.

Our favorite touch is the custom hood ornament, which replaces the Spirit of Ecstasy. This piece de resistance depicts Beckham's famous one-handed catch and even includes his jersey number (13). There aren't many things we'd like to see replace the Spirit of Ecstasy, but this is one. We'll just call it the Spirit of Swag.

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Inside, the Cullinan features a custom interior with black and orange leather to match the exterior. DreamWorks has also installed a custom sound system with trunk-mounted subwoofers shaped like the Cullinan's grille. Beckham has also opted for the starlight headliner, which has a custom pattern tailored to his liking. Pimp my Ride would be proud of this creation and as far as gaudy athlete cars go, this one has impressed us.