‘Pawn Stars’: Chumlee Swiped His IG Clean Except for This One Photo

by Jonathan Howard
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It seems that Chumlee of Pawn Stars decided that it was time to start over on his Instagram because he deleted all of his old photos.

After he wiped the profile clean, it appears that he posted something almost immediately. A strange picture of himself being… well I can only describe it as being very Chumlee. For the blew check celebrity, he just needed a refresher. Perhaps he didn’t like having those old pictures hanging around. He has changed his look up quite a bit in recent years.

Check out the post below and see for yourself.

I guess he thought he looked fierce in this picture. It looks like he has a couple of his nails painted as well. Really, this is what his almost 600k followers probably expect from the Pawn Stars goofball. Always one to be a little strange and different, he got his new IG off to a great start. One look at the profile tells you all you need to know now.

How many times have we seen Rick Harrison give Chum a hard time about his silly antics? Now imagine what the boss would think about this new photo if he saw it.

One thing is for sure, Pawn Stars fans don’t want Chumlee to stop being Chumlee.

Chumlee Checks Out Mercedes Golf Cart

One of the best examples of Chumlee doing what he does best is when he gets sent out of the store. Whenever he heads out to a buy, something great is coming. That was the case when Rick sent his Pawn Stars worker out to check on a Mercedes a guy was selling.

“We got a call from a guy selling his Mercedes, and I guess Rick knows how much I appreciate German engineering because he sent me out to look at it by myself,” he said.

So, Chumlee went out to check on this Mercedes…except it wasn’t what he thought it was going to be. Expecting to see a full-size SUV or a luxury sedan, he instead met with a golf cart. It was a Mercedes, but it has an electrical motor and only goes 15 MPH. Not exactly German engineering, is it?

This cart was modeled after a 1986 model and it came with a somewhat pricey tag. The owner and Chumlee negotiated without an expert present. Something Rick probably didn’t think was needed and so Chum went ahead anyway.

After a short and simple negotiation, something Pawn Stars rarely has, we got a conclusion. The owner wanted $3500, Chum said $2600. There was a brief moment the owner hit back at $2800, but it just wasn’t meant to be. They shook on the Chumlee offer and he walked away with a new golf cart.

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