This is from an American Youtuber's video. Mr. Beast comparing most expensive and the cheapest hotels (see: 4:06-4:08)
In the video, they compare the cheapest and the most expensive hotels, and while he is showing the 50.000-USD-per-day hotel, he says:
I thought the 50 grand was getting me a island.
He says so with an emphasis, and the subtitle say "a island", too(because this is what he said), and the subtitles are not automatic, so it could not have been misspelled. So, I checked all possibilities of error just in case, and he clearly says "a island", putting a particular stress on it. No doubt about that.
I did not understand why he used it that way. I can't simply say it was a slip of tongue, because he said it with a pause and with an emphasis "....a island."
There must be a reason for it, but what?