Cardi B And Offset Gift 4-Year-Old Daughter $50k For Her Birthday
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At that age, I'd probably be happy with a plastic football or a Spider-Man toy but I suppose some kids would just prefer the cash!
In all fairness though, if you can afford it, why not give your four-year-old half a pension?
Watch below as Kulture receives the mega 50 racks:
The couple's eldest daughter, while leaning out of the window of a black SUV, was seemingly a bit confused as to why her parents gave her thousands of stacks of paper.
I mean, how ungrateful are kids these days?
Mother Cardi was then heard asking her daughter: "What is that?"
Kulture is clearly still learning her trade when it comes to Hip/Hop related slang as she calls the stack of bills a 'ticket', which apparently is slang for a million dollars.
I mean, maybe she knows how much her rents are worth and thought she could squeeze a few more quid out of them.
Offset then corrects her and says: “It’s a ticket? A ticket is a million, girl. That’s 50. Say 50.”
The couple celebrated her birthday at the Candytopia exhibit in Atlanta alongside her little brother, baby Wave, who is 10 months old.
And unsurprisingly, this isn't the first time the platinum rapper has splashed the cash on her little girl.
Last year, for her third Birthday, Cardi bought her daughter a $48,000 (£34k) customised Hermès Birkin bag featuring a crystal rainbow.
The 'WAP' singer shared pictures of her and little Kulture on Instagram alongside the caption: "Me & my best friend for life."
Michelle Berk, CEO of Privé Porter, said: "Cardi and Kulture were at Claire's, of all places. Kulture saw a small bag with a rainbow and started begging for it. In typical Cardi way, she didn't get that bag, but she called me instead to try to replicate that rainbow on a Birkin for Kulture."
Berk added: "The Birkin is getting so big - so many women are finally getting one - that our biggest collectors are coming to us to create something that no one else has. It's that simple."
Taking to social media, fans have given their opinion on the little girl's handbag. One asked: "If I had the money why not spoil them ain't that's what it's for?"
Another added: "As long as they can afford it and teach her about gratitude and a good work ethic, go for it."
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