Ka’Oir and Gucci’s expensive and gaudy taste often sends social media into a frenzy, and that was definitely the case on Monday. The Ka’Oir Cosmetics owner shared a photo of herself posing in front of their Miami mansion while sitting atop of her and her husband’s red customized Rolls-Royce Cullinan that retails for around $325,000. The Rolls SUV features a red and white interior with customized Forgiato rims.
The image of Ka’Oir was taken by the “Guwop” rapper himself, to which the 34-year-old mother of three captioned, “Sunday’s at the Wop’s🎈.”
Several fans swooned over the couple’s lavish home, vehicle and lifestyle.
“Yahh just be doing it big huh 🤧 the amount of wealth in this photo can pay for my tuition, car and mortgage.”
“Y’all rich rich 💖🔥💖Y’all taking stuntin to a WHOLE OTHER LEVEL AND I LOVE IT 👏🏾.”
“Lawd that car and mansion is dope💞💕🔥💞💕🔥 Greatness is no understatement for you my friend keep on thriving.”
“Whip game 💪🏾 yall the real bosses #getrich.”
Ka’Oir and the “I Get the Bag” rapper’s social media flossing comes days after the mother of Gucci’s 11-year-old son Keitheon demanded he be locked up for failing to pay her attorney’s fees amid their current child support battle.
Sheena Evans, the mother of Gucci’s child, claimed the artist has yet to pay the $2,495 dollars owed to her lawyer, according to People magazine. In court documents she said it was “outrageous and egregious” that Gucci has yet to cough up the money while stating he’s also failed to provide the necessary paperwork to resolve their case.
“Not only has the Respondent demonstrated that he has no concern for the authority of this Court, or for the deadlines set by this Court, Respondent has also exhibited an alarming disregard of the consequences of his contemptuous behavior,” Evans’ attorney said in a court filing. “He could care less.”
Evans and her attorney believe the rapper should serve jail time until he decides to cooperate.
In January, according to a report from the Blast, Evans clarified that her request that the rapper’s child support payments be boosted from $2,026 a month to $20,000 is to cover their son Keitheon’s medical expenses, $5 million dollar life insurance and for a caregiver, Evans claims the 11-year-old is severely autistic. She also said she’s currently living in Section 8 housing. Federal law mandates that virtually all of the child’s medical expenses would be covered by Medicaid and its EPSDT program.