Most kids are ok with barbie dolls, small toy cars or even candy. But in the world of the rich and famous, it is a whole new different story. Splurging thousands of dollars on gifts for their kids, which they would probably throw away after some few months to make room for another expensive gift. But can you blame them? These ridiculously expensive gifts do not dent their bank accounts. It is just chicken change to them. With all that money at their disposal, let's look at some ridiculously expensive gifts celebs have bought for their kids.
On their daughter Blue Ivy's 1st birthday, this power couple bought her a Barbie doll. You're probably thinking, what's the big deal; it's just a Barbie doll. That's where you're wrong. It's not your everyday ordinary Barbie doll. They got her a diamond-encrusted Barbie doll, estimated to be around $80,000. Plus the birthday party they threw for her costs $200,000. Beyoncé and Jay Z are worth billions of dollars, so this is nothing to them. All that money for their daughter's first birthday, she probably won't remember it.
2. Kendall Jenner
Super sweet 16. There is nothing like turning 16. When Kendall was 16 years old, Kris Jenner her mother bought her a $90,000 Range Rover. Yep, she’s definitely living the life.
3. Miley Cyrus
When Miley was 21 years old, her father Billy Ray Cyrus bought her a customised Spyder motorcycle worth $24,000.
4. Kylie Jenner
Kris Jenner, the mother of Kylie Jenner bought her a fancy Birkin bag which costs between $11,000 and $15,000, the day before her 18th birthday.
5. Sean Combs known as P Diddy
This music mogul bought a whopping $360,000 Luxury Maybach car for his son Justin when he was16 years old.
6. Tyrese Gibson
This one takes the cake. Shayla, the daughter of Tyrese Gibson received her own private island for Christmas when she was 8 years old. Talk about breaking bank.
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