New York Jets’ Shaco builds his own car, gets it stolen

NEW YORK — New York Jets wide receiver Shaco Halionwu has built his own customized car for a friend.

Halionwa and his friend, Jason Miller, wanted a ride from the airport to New York City, but were turned away.

Halyonwu took the Uber ride from New York’s JFK airport to Manhattan and paid for the ride with a credit card.

Haley, his brother and Miller all signed a waiver that required them to drive the car and keep the car’s license plate.

Miller drove the car to the hotel room and then dropped the car off.

When Halions friend came back to the car, it was full of broken pieces.

Halinonwu said he wanted to build his own Ford Fiesta.HALIONWU/Twitter The car was stolen from the car lot of a gas station in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

It’s currently in a rental in the Bronx, where Haliotu has been living.

“I’ve got to have a car,” Halios brother said.

“I think I could get a nice car.

We can afford a nice one.

I just need to find a car.

I can’t afford to get a new one.

It just needs to be my car.

I want it to be a part now. “

The car, like, is a part of me.

I want it to be a part now.

It’ll be a lot of fun.”

The two-car trip, which took Hali on Sunday night, was part of a week-long trip that was supposed to be fun for Miller.

He drove from New Jersey to Florida with his friends.

Miller said he and Halienwu spent the week on the road.

Miller said Haliowwu told him the car was a gift from his father.

“The last time I saw him he was like, ‘I’m a car fan.

I’ve got this one,'” Miller said.

Haliotwu said the car is a gift for his friend.

“It’s kind of a car of his own,” Halyonwa said.

NEW YORK — New York Jets wide receiver Shaco Halionwu has built his own customized car for a friend.Halionwa and…