A man made semi-famous after being ejected from a $2.5 million mansion in Boca Raton on Feb. 7 is now getting attention for another reason: A music video.
Andre Barbosa was spotted living in the foreclosed estate at 580 Golden Harbour Drive in January. The home has vaulted ceilings, five bedrooms, and is perched on the water.
Barbosa had filed an "adverse possession claim" in an attempt to eventually lay claim to the mansion. If he paid the bills and the taxes, in seven years he could own it if he wasn't challenged.
But on a Thursday, Boca Raton police, acting on a concern by Bank of America, went to the mansion to evict Barbosa after clearance by the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office.
Now surfacing on YouTube, a music video claiming to feature Barbosa with the nickname "Loki," shows the man getting his rap on. The song, supposedly performed by the "squatter" is called "I Don't Wanna Let You Go."
Even though it is clearly a green screen, the mansion in the music video looks very similar to the mansion Barbosa was squatting in.
Watch his music video in the player below or by clicking here : http://bit.ly/Y8VBWE