Ah, to be a filthy rich teenager. Pockets lined, hormones raging, world at your disposal. What does one do? Well, if you’re Lorde, you might donate a whole bunch of your money to various worthwhile causes back home.
Rashed Belhasa is not Lorde. No, the 15-year-old Dubai Instagram sensation, a.k.a. Money Kicks, is more likely to spend his time the way you’d expect someone nicknamed Money Kicks to spend his time: dropping over $5,000 a month on streetwear and owning 50 pet lions.
So, it’s not exactly a shocker that Belhasa recently decided to cover his entire Ferrari — a F12berlinetta — in a Supreme x Louis Vuitton monogram wrap.
This, of course, is a take on the collaborative powerhouse that is the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collection, which launched this year and has spawned all manner of bootlegs since.
Seeing the kid post Instagrams of the car while sitting on it — himself adorned head-to-toe in Supreme x Louis Vuitton gear — is giving me violent douche chills. We may have just reached peak Supreme x Louis Vuitton. (Also, RIP to Supreme’s status as an underground cult label. Them days are long gone.)
Go check out my new video on YouTube of my new car link in my bio 🔥🔥 🎥@zubornready @Ericmyers_ @lifeofjaimar #supreme#louisvuitton#hypebeast#complex #mydubai#worldstar A post shared by Rashed Belhasa Aka-Money Kicks (@rsbelhasa) on
Not that I wouldn’t drive this thing. I would. In fact, I’d drive the shit out of it. I mean, someone’s got to. The legal driving age in the United Arab Emirates is 18.