'This isn't funny anymore': Will.i.am tweets his fury after his car is 'stolen' outside album party
12:19 GMT, 14 August 2012
Last night was meant to be a celebration for rapper Will.i.am.
However, as The Voice judge left his #Willpower album listening party, he was furious to discover someone had stolen his custom-made coupe.
The Black Eyed Peas star, 37, had driven Nicole Scherzinger in the white gullwing to the bash at The Avalon in Hollywood.
Before the theft: Will.i.am and Nicole Scherzinger pose on his custom-made car outside The Avalon in Hollywood
But when he left the party at 2am in the morning, he was dismayed to find the vehicle was missing.
He tweeted: 'My car was stolen…what the f**k..
'Where is my f**king car… This isn't funny anymore.'
An hour later, he added: 'I'm going to be optimistic and pray that my car is returned and safe…
'#givemebackmycar this joke is getting old…'
Fuming: Will.i.am vented his anger on Twitter
She's a bit of all white: Nicole appeared to love posing by the vehicle
Earlier that evening he had been in high spirits as he arrived with Nicole.
The pair posed up for photos by the car – a prototype made by West Coast Customs using pieces borrowed from a donor Delorean and a Dodge Challenger.
He wrote: 'Me and @NicoleScherzy getting ready to go to my listening party…#willpower night.'
Nicole also tweeted a photo of them, writing: 'With @iamwill, coming from studio goin to his album listening event in his car iamauto xo.'
In June, the same car was impounded by police for being unregistered.
Unaware: Will.i.am and Nicole partying inside The Avalon before his discovery
Police returned the vehicle to the singer after he produced the necessary documents.
The car is part of Will's new IAMAUTO company, which he hopes will create jobs in the East Los Angeles community where he grew up.
If the car has been stolen, its not the first time he has been the victim of car crime.
In 2010, Will.i.am's Bentley was broken into, with the thief taking $10,000 worth of personal items.
However, unfortunately for the criminal, Will has a tracking device located in the tablet, so police were able to track down the thief.