A SCOTTISH supercar dealer is seen joining friends for a sumptuous banquet of gold leaf-covered steaks in a new music video.
But Robert “Boab” McGuire, 34, and his pals may have had trouble fitting into the extravagant cuts – as they all wear balaclavas.
McGuire, from Drumchapel, Glasgow, paid for the crazy scene to be filmed in Dubai to promote a title paying tribute to his murdered brother, Billy.
Last night a source said: “It gives a glimpse of the luxurious life Boab leads.
“He brags about wearing designer clothes and watches and driving Ferraris and Lamborghinis.
“There’s also a scene where a chef grills huge steaks covered in gold leaf over an open fire. But true to its roots, chips and cans of Coke are also on the menu.”
After leaving Scotland, McGuire set up his car rental company in the city in the United Arab Emirates.
We told how he hooked up with jailed Liverpool gun criminal Malcolm Graham, 26, who provides lyrics for his drill rap videos and goes by the name Mazza L20.
He is serving an 11-year sentence for firearms offenses and appears via cellphone call.
The latest clip shows McGuire’s friends, the so-called DrumBoys, in a nightclub in Dubai.
Workers can also be seen in a showroom opening car doors for guests, wearing balaclavas that say “RIP Billy.”
We also reported that one of Graham’s songs appears to be offering £30,000 for anyone attacking those responsible for the 2020 killing of 25-year-old Billy in Clydebank, near Glasgow.
A source added: “Boab never got over killing Billy.
“He has to rock it because he’s spent a fortune on these movies.”
A disclaimer at the beginning of the latest video reads, “The creators of this video do not condone violence.”
It ends with a photo of McGuire’s brother and the caption:
“Everything we do, we do for you.”
Brian Folan, 27, was sentenced to life in prison for stabbing Billy, who was then on trial over an alleged firearms assault in October 2019.
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