It looks like sheltering in place during a pandemic is doing a number on the infant son of rapper Lil Scrappy.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star took to Instagram on Wednesday, April 1 and posted a video of his 1-year-old son Breland getting into mischief. Scrappy said that ever since he, his wife Bambi and their son have been staying home, the toddler has been a bit more mischievous than usual.
The video Scrappy shared showed him walking into the living room, only to find his son climbing on their ladder-designed photo collage.
“Breland, what are you doing up there,” Scrappy asked his son in the video, before handing him a bowl of fruit. “What are you doing up here cuz you on the picture thing like it’s a ladder.”
Baby Breland let out a small whimper after getting caught by Scrappy. The father of two added in his caption, “Every since this quarantine shizny my son @princebreland been lit and outta hand jack . Like why are you doin this shit bro #QuaratineBre.”
Scrappy’s fans and IG followers were in stitches after watching the video.
“Bre said I’m trynaaa get the FIZZNYYYEEE OUTTA HEAAA 💨💨💨🧗🏽♂️🤣”
“Breland sick of being in the house doing the same things he changed it up. Lol. So cute!”
“Thought he was about to paint the wall lol… too cute! That’s a baby boy for ya!”
“I need some of that energy he on because this ain’t it🤣🤣🤣🤣 He trying to see high up u messing up his view of things 🤣”
“The baby is bored 😩🤣 they all outta control 😩 he was like give me the fruit lmaooo”
“Omg when Scrappy said “cuh” i died 😂😂😂 he ain’t done yet it’s only going to get worst”
Despite all the trouble baby Breland gets into, Scrappy couldn’t be happier to be bonding with his son. On March 3, he wrote a sweet message to the 1-year-old, professing his love.
“Love u youngin , dnt ever let these suckas play wit u cause they will def try , u just gotta always be one up on em even the sneaky ones around u , my lil man,” Scrappy said via Instagram. “I got u 4eva @princebreland let God steer for you and you’ll get there at the right time #Babies.”