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Sean Kingston was forced into a 'cringeworthy' exchange when a stranger turned up at his mansion and asked to come inside. Watch below:
In the short vid, the YouTuber can be seen walking up the driveway to Kingston's crib - worth an estimated $9.2 million - and knocking on the front door.
A confused-looking Kingston then appears, seemingly unsure as to what the hell is going on.
He asks: "How did you get to my house? How did you know this is my house, man?"
Vankampen then says: "I have no idea who you are but the gate was open and I just wanted to ask."
After being told who he's speaking to, Vankampen then asks if he can come in and have a look around.
To which Kingston says: "Not right now."
And Vankampen heads off on his merry way, thanking the musician for his time.
Since the video was shared, it has been branded super 'cringeworthy' by viewers online, with some finding it difficult to watch.
Writing on Reddit, one user said: "Imagine showing up to a stranger's house and filming them without their permission. He got lucky that dude was so chill. Absolutely disrespectful."
A second said: "Cringe, disrespectful and dangerous."
While another added: "I don't like people I know showing up to my house unannounced, much less random strangers."
However, in a completely not suspicious twist of fate, Vankampen shared another video of him being invited back to Kingston's home for a nosey round.
Although some online claimed it was all a set-up.
One wrote: "Stop believing everything you see on reddit... it's clearly scripted and they made another video together touring Sean's house."
Echoing the distrust, another commented: "This guy has an entire show on snapchat called millionaire mansions. It's entirely scripted. Some homes have full on parties with random women in bikinis answering the door that take him to the owner."
Though not everyone was convinced that it was a joke.
One user asked: "Why would Sean Kingston fake this? Do you people get some kind of massive boner by acting like Sherlock Holmes and calling everything fake? It's f*****g ridiculous."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@aaronvankampen
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