Stubborn eshay collects thousands of hateful views as he flashes $50 bills and brags about ‘getting paid’ outside of Centrelink: ‘Flex with a buss down’
- An eshay celebrated its payday
- He rapped about diamonds and cash
- sanedatkid stood outside Centrelink with $200
A cocky ‘eshay’ has celebrated his Centrelink payday by doing a little social media freestyle outside one of his service centers.
In the TikTok video, the aspiring rapper, sporting the “Sane dat kid” handle, is seen against the backdrop of a Centrelink sign in Geelong, Victoria, flashing four $50 bills while uttering two rhymes.
He also discusses his haters and putting diamonds on his watch in a video that has garnered hundreds of thousands of angry views.
In the eight second clip, Sane celebrates the milestone payment in bright yellow Air Jordans and a puffer jacket from The North Face – the archetypal eshay outfit.
The aspiring rapper, along Sane, discussed his haters and putting diamonds on his watch in a video that has garnered a hundred thousand angry views
“Ooo I just got paid,” he begins.
‘F*** what they say.
“Yes, I’m up now, flex down with a bus.”
A “buss down,” or bust down, refers to an aftermarket diamond-encrusted watch—a signature feature of flashy rappers looking to display their wealth.
The video ends abruptly with Sane looking at the office entrance before putting away his $200 and lowering his head.
The clip triggered many viewers who thought it showed little respect for the way their hard-earned tax dollars were spent.
“I just worked a double shift for your lad on Sunday. Enjoy,” one wrote.
“I know I paid for those Jordans,” added another.
‘Bus to Centrelink and bus back home,’ joked a third.
“I wish someone would tell him if he actually worked he’d get over $200,” a fourth commented with tear emojis.
The clip was the latest in a series of videos showing Sane flashing cash, sometimes totaling $230 and other times as low as $80.
In other videos, he shows off his phone collection, raps with his girlfriend and proclaims himself ‘King of Melbourne’.
In response to the haters of his freestyle clip, he replied to a comment with an update on what he spent the money on: a new pair of Jordans.
The clip was the latest in a series of videos in which Sane flashes cash, shows off his phone collection, raps with his girlfriend and proclaims himself the ‘King of Melbourne’