Baller Babies


These celeb parents make sure their little ones are geared up in designer brands that cost an arm and a leg.

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Kenny Kunene

Businessman Kenny “Sushi King” Kunene recently posted a video on social media of him talking to his infant son, Remo Mokgethwa whom he’s dubbed “babybillionairekunene.” He tells his son how great, intelligent and blessed he is. Mmmm…sounds a lot like the kind of videos DJ Khaled usually posts about his son Asahd.

In the video he mentions:

“You’re going to be great, great things await you in this world. Enjoy your milk my son from baby bottles by Hugo Boss, bottles that are not sold over the counter in your country. Enjoy, thanks to Hugo Boss my son, you’ll love this bottle because you’re the boss yourself, mwaah.”

Check out the rest in the video below:


@kenny_kunene @babebillionairekunene

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Nonhle Ndala

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You can spot Nonhle’s little one in this dress by Cherish by Carita Adams, which has a price tag of R1 099.


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The matching Dolce & Gabbana dress Blue Ivy wore with her songstress mom on Mother’s Day cost a whopping R7 085 and she’s only five years old. There are many other dresses she’s worn that cost even more.

Kim Kardashian

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Just like her mom, North West is a fashionista with a wardrobe that costs so much more than yours.

Nandi Madida

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At just four months, baby Shaka was wearing gear from Adidas.


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Coco and rapper Ice T’s mini-me, Chanel, wears all kinds of labels including the one she’s named after.

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