"Loki Boy" apparently wants to be a rapper.
Neighbors on Golden Harbour Drive are likely not impressed. They couldn't wait to get rid of Andre Barbosa, also known as "Loki Boy".
He's the guy who was squatting inside that $2.2 million mansion for several weeks before being evicted by Bank of America.
Barbosa was using a little-used Florida state law known as "Adverse Possession", which allows someone to take over vacant property, as long as the taxes are paid for seven years.
"Loki Boy" didn't make it seven years, but he was there long enough to make this music video to apparently capitalize on his 15 minutes of fame.
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