Will.i.am back in the driver’s seat

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Copy of Copy of CA_Will.i.am JPG REUTERS (File image) Will.i.am. of the Black Eyed Peas.

London - will.i.am’s car has been found after he claimed it had been stolen.

The Black Eyed Peas member was furious when he discovered his expensive vehicle had been taken while he was attending his album launch party in Los Angeles.

However after sending out an appeal on twitter, it has now been discovered and is in the process of being returned to him.

Founder and CEO of The World Famous West Coast Customs Ryan Friedlinghaus tweeted to will.i.am that he had good news.

He wrote: "@iamwill WE FOUND IT!!!! Thanks to #TECHNOLOGY ..... It's safe and on its way back to @officialwcc Headquarters!!! #HARDWORKDEDICATION," Friedlinghaus wrote.

Will.i.am tweeted back: "@SelfMadeRyan my car has been found...#bestnewsever thank you so much ryan..."

The Los Angeles Police Department told E! News that they hadn't come across a missing vehicle report from him.

Following the event which he attended with Nicole Scherzinger, he went on an expletive-filled tirade.

He tweeted: "Where is my f***ing car ... ??? This isn't funny anymore. (sic)"

After calming down, he took to the social networking site again and wrote: "I'm going to be optimistic and pray that my car is returned and is safe."

Fans responded to his angry tweets with kind words such as: "u don't deserve this (sic)" and "You will find it". - Bang Showbiz

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