The Instagram-famous son of a Dubai billionaire wrapped a £200,000 Ferrari in Louis Vuitton print — but is 3 years too young to drive it

Alison Millington
Friday 11 August 2017 12:46 BST
15-year-old Rashed Saif Belhasa is the son of a Dubai billionaire
15-year-old Rashed Saif Belhasa is the son of a Dubai billionaire (YouTube)

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Rashed Saif Belhasa, known on YouTube and Instagram as Money Kicks, is the son of Dubai construction billionaire Saif Ahmed Belhasa — and he has built an online presence through flaunting his extravagant lifestyle.

The 15-year-old's latest stunt? Having a brand new £200,000 Ferrari wrapped in a Louis Vuitton/Supreme collaboration print.

Belhasa filmed the two-day experience and put it on YouTube. All of this despite the fact he won't be able to drive in Dubai until he turns 18.

The Ferrari, which has a 6.3-litre V12 engine and a top speed of 200mph, was originally yellow before being wrapped.

"It's all about the details," Belhasa says in the video. He also takes a look at other cars that he says he needs to have "in the future."

According to The Sun, Belhasa also owns a $1 million (£768,700) trainer collection, a Yeezy-inspired Cadillac Escalade, and has a matching set of shoes and bag to go with the Louis Vuitton/Supreme wrap.

He has 661,000 Instagram followers, as well as over 779,000 on YouTube.

He hangs out with some of the world's biggest celebrities, such as Leo Messi...

...and DJ Khaled.

And it's not only on the road that he travels in style — he also flies first class.

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