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Is Diddy's Pricey Parenting Style Harmful?

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Amanda February 20, 2011, 6:19 AM

I don’t think diddy is doing the wrong thing because his kids may be head strong and able to accept such gifts. Like he said we all have the right to give our children whatever we want. If I was rich and my son or daughter turned sixteen I would try to make it very special first off because its my babies 16th birthday! If I felt a mabach was appropriate to make it special then so be it. You know your child better then anyone so you know what your child can and cannot handle. I’m not rich today no but I do plan on both of my children having a 16th birthday they wont forget! car included! not a mabach cause I can’t afford one but a car all the same.

theresa chestnut March 1, 2011, 5:38 AM

I know Diddy worked hard to get his money but, come on can’t he show his son how they can help other kids and families in need. Help the people who struggle with everyday needs. I have a great place that needs money. They help struggling teens learn new skills to cope with life. Share the love Diddy!!!

Dee April 29, 2011, 5:00 PM

Even if I had all the money in the World, I would not spoil my children that way. How will they ever learn the value of the dollar if everything is handed to them in a silver plater. And what happens the day, you lost it all, how will the kids be able to handle the lack of extravagant gifts. Teach them how to work for it, invest wisely and give them age appropriate gifts. That’s the best way to raise a child, otherwise you’ll be raising a materialistic person.


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