Celebrity parents who gifted their children extravagant gifts

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Celebrity parents who gifted their children extravagant gifts

Many celebrities have power, fame, wealth and probably the world at their feet. They live life on the fast lane and eat life with a big spoon, making them the envy of many.

While you and I might be living from hand to mouth, these stars have deep pockets that have enabled them and their children to live a glamorous lavish lifestyle.

Over the years, a section of the celebrities have gifted their children with expensive gifts that some of us might never get in our lifetime. They say life is not a bed of roses, but it is for some of these children who were born with a silver spoon in their mouth.

Here are some of the celebrities who gifted their children posh extravagant gifts.

Take a look;

P Diddy

For his 16th birthday, rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs got his son Justin Combs, a brand-new silver Maybach that cost Sh36 Million.

David Beckham

Legendary footballer, David Beckham and his wife Victoria Beckham gifted their daughter Harper Seven Beckham with a painting called Daddy’s girl which cost Sh101 Million. The pink art was seven feet tall and was covered in butterflies.

Tom Cruise

American actor and film producer, Tom Cruise once gifted his daughter Suri, a Victorian playhouse worth Sh2.4 Million . And the playhouse wasn’t just an ordinary playhouse like any other, that one had electricity and running water.

And during her 7th birthday, Tom spent Sh712 Million shillings on a private jet just for her!

Jay Z

Celebrated rapper Jay Z and his wife Beyonce, gave their daughter a diamond encrusted barbie doll worth Sh8.1 Million, for her first birthday. And If you think that’s absolutely insane and a waste of money, then you haven’t heard it all.

When she was born, she was provided with a pink-Swarovski-crystal-covered baby diamond bathtub that cost half a million shillings and a baby nursery that cost over a hundred million Kenyan Shillings.

Tyrese Gibson

American Singer and Actor, Tyrese Gibson doesn’t do toys, cakes or any baby-ish stuff. The fast and Furious actor went ahead to gift his daughter Shayla, an entire island as a Christmas present named love island.

Travis Scott

American Rapper Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner gifted their daughter Stormi with a fabulous chair made of stuffed animals that cost Sh2.5 Million. This sounds like a joke, right?

Sandra Bullock

Famous Bird Box actress, Sandra Bullock, showered her son, Louis with an Andy Warhol painting titled "Peaches" that cost Sh1.4 million Kenyan shillings. Her adopted son was only one when he got the present.

Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner gifted her oldest grandchild, Mason Disick a pricey Versace print padded coat which cost Sh317K for his 9th birthday.

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian surprised her niece, Chicago West with a mini Neon Mercedes G wagon on her first Birthday. The G Wagoin was a small version of the Car Kanye west had Bought Kim Kardashian in August last year.

Its unclear how much the car costs but a similar car goes for Sh22K.

Lil Wayne

In 2015, Hip hop royalty, Lil Wayne gifted his daughter, Reginae Carter, a brand-new Range Rover for her 17th birthday that cost Sh8 Million shillings. That was a year after she received a BMW and a Ferrari for her 16th birthday.


Controversial singer, Esther Akoth aka Akothee gifted her daughter Vesha Shaillan Okello with 40% ownership of her multi-million company Akothee Safaris when she turned 21. Isn’t that reasonable and lovely?

On her 19th birthday, she received a brand-new Mazda Demio

Mike Sonko

When Sonko’s adopted daughter, Jannetta Nyamu graduated from Daystar University, Sonko rewarded her with a sleek luxury Mercedes Benz to aid her movements in the city. How lucky was she? Some of us barely got anything after graduation.

Diamond Platnumz

In 2018, WCB boss, Diamond Platnumz, bought his first-born daughter Tiffah Dangote a brand-new designer dress that cost Sh76, 000.

What’s the most lavish gift you have ever received?


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