Rapper Tyga’s Son Drives a Ferrari Toy Car on His 3rd Birthday

Remember when we told you, folks, that customizing toy cars for kids was the next big thing in the aftermarket industry? Well, perhaps that seemed a little far-fetched. But how about opening a go-kart race track with customized toy karts that look like exotic cars? That appears to work for reality television celebrities and rappers alike just fine.
Tyga's 3-year-old son riding in a Ferrari go-kart 1 photo
Photo: Tyga on Instagram
Go-karts are regularly Formula One-aspiring drivers’ specialty, but if you’re a famous rapper who has been dating one of the Kardashians even before she turned 18, things happen differently. Before the 25-year-old artist started dating Kylie Jenner, however, he had been seeing Blac Chyna.

They became an official couple on November 9, 2011. The next year, their son King Cairo Stevens was born. He was already acting like a grown-up father then, since the next thing he did was to buy a $6.5 million mansion in Calabasas, California, for his new family. The two young parents were engaged for only two years, as the couple later split in 2014.

The point is, Thank You God Always (Tyga) likes to make sure everybody knows his kid is getting all the royal treatment a child could wish for. When he’s not toy-car shopping with his friend Chris Brown, he seems to hit the track instead. That was one of the things his 3-year-old son received the other day when King’s party gathered together some of the most famous kids in Hollywood.

Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty, Kourtney Kardashian’s kids Mason, Penelope and Reign, and Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s little North, they were all there. Even Travis Barker joined the party with his kiddos to celebrate.

Whether or not all the kids hit the track along with the celebrated star we don’t know, but we can tell you this much: when this kid reaches 16, he’ll most likely get a real Ferrari. Tyga himself is more like a Rolls-Royce type of guy, but judging by the fact that he keeps buying exotic supercars-looking toys for his son already, we can only assume he’s trying to teach him something early on.

Heck, maybe that is why Ferrari has decided to increase production by 30% to 9,000 supercars by 2019. They know all these famous kids will probably want a piece of the Italian pie soon.



A video posted by Tyga / T-Raww (@kinggoldchains) on Oct 16, 2015 at 5:09pm PDT

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