FORGET Instagram’s Rich Kids, there’s a new breed of rich influencers and they’ve migrated to TikTok.
Included in this new group of affluent youngsters, Californian Ash shows off his lavish lifestyle of fast cars, designer shopping and luxury vacations with his followers.
Despite being educated at San Francisco State University, the TikToker has nothing to do with the normal student lifestyle with Vegas visits and designer spending baked into his luxurious lifestyle.
In one video, Ash is shown loading a balloon with rolls and rolls of notes as a gift for the 18-year-old who later pops it to discover the treasure inside.
In another post, she showed off an array of designer shopping bags from Gucci and Louis Vuitton on her bed.
She captioned the clip with, “Finally got to do some shopping” and “Some random Friday shopping.”
As part of the haul, she showed off a brand new Louis Vuitton handbag and a pair of Gucci slides.
The rest of his account is littered with glitzy parties and high-end cars.
In a video, the TikToker said, “I wanted to see fireworks for New Years, so I came to Vegas.”
She showed up texting her dad saying, “Dad, it would be so fun to go to Las Vegas for New Years tonight. What do you think?”
In the next image, the influencer dons a sparkly outfit and departs on a private jet.
Many of her followers were stunned by the wealthy lifestyle, but not everyone was impressed.
One person said, “Congratulations. You don’t work and you’re spoiled.”
And the influencer replied, “Do you feel better about yourself now that you commented?”
While another commented: ‘Why are you spending random money, why don’t you help the poor?
To which Ash replied, “We help the less fortunate, don’t worry about us.”
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