The US rapper and actor Ice Cube declared himself a “real lord” after buying a piece of land in the northeast.
The former NWA star, 51, used his social media to announce that someone had bought him “a piece of land in Scotland” and encouraged others to be a “real lord” like him.
In the video announcement, the actor shows his document confirming his ownership of the land.
The property is located in Lessendrum near Huntly in a wooded area along the A97.
In the video clip he said: “Somebody bought me a piece of land in Scotland.
“It makes me a real lord, OK?
“Be a real lord like your homeboy Ice Cube.”
The document he shows on a tablet is unclear, but it appears to say “Lord Ice Cube”
The self-proclaimed “West Coast Warlord” said that if people were interested in becoming a “real lord” like him they should visit Established Titles, a website dedicated to selling titles on properties in Scotland.
The house that was destroyed is believed to date back hundreds of years and was the home of the noble Bissett clan.