When it comes to sharing their extravagant lifestyle, rich kids don’t think twice about posting every frivolous purchase, every exotic vacation, and photos of their luxury vehicles on Snapchat. Although it’s fun to live vicariously through their snap stories, there comes a point when their posts cross the line from aspirational to douchey. Here are a few douchey posts of the rich kids of Snapchat.
One wealthy Snapchat user posted a photo of himself wearing a Rolex watch and buttering his bread with his elite American Express Black Card. The Black Card was introduced in 1999 as a way to cater to the company’s wealthy clients. Most cardholders charge an average of $250,000 or more per year, and they have an average net worth of $16 million dollars. This rich kid is obviously living in the lap of luxury if he’s able to butter his bread by using this prestigious credit card instead of using a knife.
Most students roll out of bed and show up to class in their comfiest sweatpants and tattered T-shirts. But you’ll probably never see a rich kid dressed down in class. They’re wealthy, and they want everyone to know it at all times! This rich kid took a photo of the Rolex watch he wore to his English class. It may seem inappropriate to wear such a pricey timepiece to school, but for rich kids, a luxury accessory is really no big deal.
If you had an extra $20 in your pocket, you would probably hold on to it for a rainy day, right? Well, that’s the difference between those who live sensibly and those who live life without a care in the world. These rich kids treat money like it grows on trees, and why shouldn’t they? The moment they run out of funds, their bank accounts are probably instantly replenished with even more money They don’t even think twice when it comes to tossing their money in the trashcan or using it as toilet paper.
It’s easy to get lost in the glitzy and lavish lifestyles of the rich kids of Snapchat, but there’s another side to these spoiled rotten kids that would make you cringe. Many of these rich kids go out of their way to poke fun at the less fortunate, like this Snapchat user who photographed a friend drawing the Chanel logo on a pair of shoes. The caption reads, “How scholarship kids fit in” to poke fun at the students whose parents can’t afford to bankroll their education and their lifestyle. There’s nothing wrong with these kids flaunting their wealth, but making fun of those who have less than them is going a bit too far, don’t you agree?
Were you just as annoyed as us by these douchey posts from the rich kids of Snapchat?