There were no reports of injuries or arrests following the episode close to focal London's Trafalgar Square.
A rapper is accepted to have been engaged with an accident between a £250,000 Ferrari and a London transport bus.
Swarmz, who has a million Instagram adherents, posted recordings of the folded red 488 GTB on the web-based social networking stage after the occurrence on Northumberland Avenue close to focal London's Trafalgar Square on Sunday.
The Italian games vehicle, which can arrive at 205mph, was a discount after the accident including a twofold decker transport, which supported harm to a lot of one side, in the 20mph zone.
It isn't evident whether Swarmz was exactly at the scene, was driving the vehicle or on the off chance that it had a place with him, yet he prior set up a video of him and a few companions taking a gander at it.
No one was harmed in the accident.
In an Instagram story demonstrating the smashed Ferrari, Swarmz stated: "F***ing hellfire man, never slammed a f***ing Ferrari bruv."
Another onlooker tweeted: "The remaining parts of a Ferrari on Northumberland Avenue. Harmed transport out of sight.
"Every one of the three crisis benefits in participation alongside Westminster's tidying group cleaning up the chaos."
The bystander, who didn't see the accident, said the City of Westminster's cleaning groups were "cleaning the street, evacuating flotsam and jetsam, sprinkling sand".
"No indication of any harmed individuals or driver. The street was as yet shut however pathway open," he included.
A Metropolitan Police representative stated: "Police were called at roughly 1.50pm on Sunday May 24 to reports of a harm just impact on Northumberland Avenue, Westminster.
"No reports of wounds and no captures."