Every parent annoys their child to some degree and Lil Scrappy just happens to be one of them.
The “Money In the Bank” rapper had fans cracking up this week when his 1-year-old son Breland seemingly had enough of his “childish” behavior. Scrappy recorded baby Breland peacefully sitting in his high chair, while seemingly watching television. He looked more adorable than ever in his denim overalls, gold chain and Burberry bucket hat.
While Breland seemingly watched TV, the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star decided to tease his son about being “cute.”
“I can see it now they gone be like ‘Bre, Bre, talk to me Bre,’ ” Scrappy said to his son in a low-key tone. ” ‘Talk to me, you’re so cute, oh my God Bre!’ ”
The toddler glanced over at his dad for a few seconds before completely ignoring him.
“This how they gone be at @princebreland we he in Highschool lol, he be over it,” Scrappy wrote on Instagram on Monday, Aug. 24.
Followers were in stitches over the video and assured the father of three he was getting on baby Breland’s last nerve.
“He is so cute and doesn’t want to be bothered 🤣🤣🤣🤣❤️”
“you must be gettn on his nerves 😩😩😂”
“🤣 He’s already over it”
“He ain’t paying you NO attention 😩 he fed up 😂”
“He sooo not caring what you saying he over you jack 😂😭 cute kid”
Scrappy and his wife Bambi welcomed Breland in September 2018.
The couple also welcomed their second child and daughter Xylo nearly three weeks ago and the proud father wrote on Aug. 3, “She here everybody wish my wife @adizthebam a congratulations for being so strong she pushed for 10 min and had our #BabyXYLO beaurtiful head full of hair 7lbs 5oz we are blessed and I’m thanking God he blessed us with a healthy baby.”
Scrappy also has 15-year-old daughter Emani Richardson, whom he calls his princess, from his previous relationship.
Scrappy is enjoying new fatherhood and couldn’t be happier to have all three of his children in his life.
“God has blessed me with these 3 and I myself receive the blessings and will show God how much I appreciate his blessings and favor on me and my family,” he wrote on Aug. 18. “To all the men and women who be fake parenting and acting for social media or friends Dnt forget to actually love em and build with them.”