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Dubai’s “Money Kicks” is a 14 Year-Old With a Million Dollars in Sneakers

Sneaker game strong.

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Meet Rashed Belhasa, aka, Money Kicks. This fourteen-year-old from Dubai owns a sneaker collection totaling over one million dollars.

The little dude may still be young, but he has one of the largest and most expensive personal assortments in the world. Most of his pairs of shoes cost more than $5,000, and he keeps them all in a special sneaker room of his house.

The kid has everything from signed Air Jordan’s to Yeezy’s (he even has a miniature pair for his monkey!). He has a pair of shoes that glow in the dark, a pair made of snakeskin, and even a pair detailed with 24-karat gold. But he keeps more than just sneaks in his room. He also has slippers, cleats, and even soccer jerseys signed by his favorite players.

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The kid (or his parents, rather) is loaded. Though Money Kicks doesn’t care much about cars, his family even has a Rolls Royce, a Lamborghini, and a car wrapped in Yeezy Boost print.

Take a look at the video below to see just how outrageous this kid and his sneakers are.

DJ Khaled better take a page from Rashed’s book. Money Kicks is the ultimate sneaker head. Who knows how big his collection will become?

Take a look at this video to see if people can tell the difference between $14 shoes and authentic Yeezy‘s.

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