- Rapper Gucci Mane recently surprised his wife Keyshia with a huge sum of money as a gift along the lines of the new trend of 'push presents' for giving birth
- Keyshia revealed that the money from her husband was her push present for carrying their son, Ice Davis
- The couple welcomed their baby boy Ice two days before Christmas
American rapper Radric Delantic Davis, popularly known as Gucci Mane, has expressed his excitement at the arrival of his son Ice through a huge gift he gave to his wife Keyshia Ka'oir Davis.
The couple welcomed their baby boy on Wednesday, December 23 and they shared the good news with their fans and followers on social media.
A few days after the arrival of their baby boy, Keyshia took to her Instagram story to gush about the huge gift she got from the rapper. According to her, Gucci Mane gifted her a whooping sum of around R15 million ($1 million) as her push present.
Keyshia didn't seem to be expecting the huge gift from her husband as she expressed pleasant surprise by his thoughtfulness.
Push presents are given to someone after successfully giving birth to a child and it has become a fad in recent times.
Meanwhile, a week after the birth of their son, Gucci Mane gifted his wife a luxury handbag.
The rapper's wife shared a video of the gift on her Instagram page. In the video, Gucci was spotted unwrapping the gift and it had the name of the rapper and his son on the gift.
Check out the video below:
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Dr Grace took to Twitter to share the expensive gift her husband got her- a brand new Mercedes-Benz G Wagon AMG. According to Cars.co.za, the luxury Mercedes costs over R2.4 million. She shared several photos of the whip, captioning the post: "Push Gift: Big Body Benz."
Other social media users were left shook over the expensive push gift and some even got a little jealous. Social media user @Makhanya_TZ commented:
"Dear God, I have witnessed the good things you have been doing for others, I know you have been there for me too at least I still have life, good health, that's huge, you saved me from horrible situations, now please take care of my financial and material aspects too. Oluwa modupe."
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