Fans call out Cardi B and Offset for letting son play with $100 bills
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He may have sung about being 'Bad and Boujee’, but fans have been calling out Offset for bank breaking antics.
The rapper shared a photo of his young son, Wave Set, playing with a closet filled with designer goodies and thousands of dollars on the floor.
Given the current cost of living, he and his spouse, Cardi B, has also come under fire for toddler’s luxurious playtime.
Through the various photos, the 21-month-old excitedly collects the money – unaware of just how much he holds in his hand.
The Migos bandmate also posted a sweet video of Wave Set retuning the bills to him, as Offset and his son play.
Captioned ‘Bad Boy Wave’, the post has attracted a heavy amount of criticism as has his wife and fellow rapper, Cardi B, after she commented on the post.
Understandably, some of Offset’s 21.7 million followers have been unimpressed as people pinch the pennies at the moment.
Gaining over 5,000 comments in less than 24 hours, fans have been debating about the rapper's cash rich kid with one user joking: “This baby has more money than I will ever ever ever have and literally old, old like enough to have money.”
Others quickly followed with another adding: "He’s richer than all of us combined", and a third writing: “Bro diapers cost more than me."
Another pointedly said: “No offence but I don’t think rich people should spoil their kids like that I mean bro let the child know the value of a single penny.”
A fourth agreed, writing: “I think it’s in bad taste to show all that money like that it’s all on the floor.”
Some fans were also shocked by the designer diaper used by the tot – from luxury streetwear brand, Chrome Hearts.
Although it’s unclear how much was paid for the reusable underwear, baby clothes from the company can retail for upwards of £230 for a child’s hoodie.
One user even pointed out how insensitive the post was, as families struggled to afford regular nappies.
They wrote: “Ain’t that some mess. The rich uses reusable diapers but we use the disposable ones [that] says something”.
While we love some father-son time, I'm sure people would prefer if Offset can opted for a more cost effective activity next time.