A Dubai billionaire’s 15-year-old son is putting rich kids of everywhere to shame.
Rashed Saif Belhasa, who is better known on YouTube and Instagram as Money Kicks, is the son of Dubai construction billionaire Saif Ahmed Belhasa.The teenager has gained the status of an online celebrity by flaunting his extravagant lifestyle and his association with some of the world’s most famous personalities (there’s a reason he calls himself Money Kicks, after all).
Belhasa has amassed more than 695,000 followers on Instagram and frequently shares pictures of his Yeezy-inspired Cadillac Escalade, thousands of pairs of sneakers, travelling first class in his father’s private jet and an in-house zoo of exotic animals that has close to 50 lions.
However, it’s the teenager’s latest endeavor that is making the headlines.
The 15-year-old recently had a brand new $260,000 Ferrari F12berlinetta wrapped in a Louis Vuitton/Supreme collaboration print.
Dubai-based company FoilX applied the customized wrap on the supercar, which was originally yellow. It took two days for the Ferrari to be completely wrapped, all of which Belhasa filmed and uploaded on YouTube.
He also posted several pictures on his social media accounts, most of which feature him wearing Supreme and Louis Vuitton apparel from head to toe.
However, Belhasa won’t be able to drive the luxurious car, which has a 6.3-litre V12 engine and a top speed of 200mph, at least for the next three years as the law in United Arab Emirates doesn’t allow anyone under the age of 18 behind the steering wheel.
But the rich teen doesn’t have much to worry about, considering his dad secured him a 24-hour chauffeur.
In case you weren’t already jealous of the kid, he is also the brand ambassador for the Middle East for shoe protector manufacturer Crep Protect.
He has also hung out with British boxing star Amir Khan, football legend Leo Messi and American record producer DJ Khaled
In addition to that, his sneakers collection is worth a whopping $1 million.
Watch the Louis Vuitton-wrapped Ferrari in the video above.
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