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A rapper has splashed out £100,000 ($141,775) on a swanky sports car... for his two-year-old son. Watch him unveil the extravagant gift below:
Timur Ildarovich Yunusov, from Russia, better known by his stage name Timati, went to pick up a grey Lamborghini Aventador SVJ recently.
And not wanting to leave his little boy out of the excitement, he also purchased a much smaller toy model for the youngster to run around in until he's old enough to pass his driving test.
In a video posted to his Instagram account, 37-year-old Timati is seen heading into the car dealership to have a look at his new whip.
But before that, he lets his boy have a go in his new ride, too.
It's then time for the big reveal, with the shiny cover being pulled off from over his spenny new motor, which boasts a colossal 640 horsepower.
And while he will get most of the enjoyment out of the car for the moment, Timati claims it is also for the boy to use, even though lad will have to wait another 16 years before he is able to get behind the wheel of a real car.
The rapper posted this viral video, which has been viewed over 10 million times, with the caption: "One for the summer, the second for when he is older."
According to news site StarsLife, Timati said: "When my daughter and my son grow up, they will have all my cars at their disposal."
Timati has two children, daughter Alisa, 7, with model Alena Shishkova, and little Ratmir, 2, from a relationship with TV presenter and model Anastasia Reshetova.
Since posting the video, thousands of people have commented, with many praising the rapper for his generosity.
One user said: "A great man who has achieved a lot becomes the best father!"
While another chimed in: "Oh, I feel a real heartbreaker is growing up! He looks like a boss behind the wheel."
A third joked: "Adopt me please, Timati."
However, Timati hasn't been without his critics, with some claiming it's not right to spoil a child.
Child psychologist Mikhail Zotov told the Blitz +portal that the rapper's son was 'not yet aware of the social norm' that was being 'violated', adding: "If it is at the age of five or six, then there will definitely be a time bomb.
"The task of parents is to start talking to them, to explain that the value lies in being interesting to others, and not in the price of sneakers."
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