Celebrity kids have lavish tastes. And because cash is no obstacle for them, they can buy pretty much anything they want. From the expected indulgences like fancy clothes and luxury cars to more surprising purchases, there is seemingly no end to the ways famous kids spend money.
When a child grows up surrounded by privilege, at least a little splurging is normal. But some young people purchase ridiculous things with their parents' money; it can be mind-boggling. The dumb things A-lister children buy will leave you shocked and maybe a little jealous.
Tiffany Trump Spent $100K On Car Rental Fees
Donald Trump's youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump, took a yachting trip to Italy in the summer of 2017 with her mother. Much of the travel was compensated by generous friends. However, Tiffany's car rental bill for that vacation cost more than $100,000. American taxpayers actually covered the fees for the car and the Secret Service escort.49238Is this excessive?
E.J. Johnson Bought A $100K Purse
E.J. Johnson, son of basketball great Magic Johnson, appears as a cast member on the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills. It's hardly a shocker the heir to a sports fortune has some pretty expensive taste in clothing. In 2016, E.J. was spotted carrying a black crocodile Hermes Birkin handbag. He reportedly spent $100,000 on the purchase.36020Is this excessive?
Lil Wayne spoiled his daughter, Reginae Carter, when she turned 16. In 2014, Reginae had a lavish party with at least two major gifts: a Ferrari and a BMW. Nicki Minaj also performed a private concert as part of the celebration. The total cost of the whole shindig was about $500K.34425Is this excessive?
Brandon Thomas Lee Bathed In Veuve ClicquotPhoto: flickr / CC0
Brandon Thomas Lee is the oldest son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. He's the offspring of two of pop culture's legendary party animals, and he enjoys the luxuries of wealth and his own modeling career. Brandon documents his luxe adventures on Instagram, and may have even bathed in Veuve Clicquot champagne.31426Is this excessive?