Art Fletcher and Moneybagg Yo have been social media “goals” for some time now, as the two have shown their affection for each other. They’re also not shy to show off the luxurious gifts that they purchase for each other.
Recently, for Moneybagg’s birthday, Ari got him 28 acres of land. This is a good plan to build up generational wealth, but “The Real” hosts weren’t feeling it.
Garcelle Beauvais and her co-hosts feel that Ari’s move is something that only married couples should do. Her message was also to don’t act married, if that’s not the plan.
“Last year, last season, Loni [Love] and I were talking about, ‘Don’t act married if you’re not married. This is acting married! That’s a huge gift to someone that you’re not even married to. I feel like, if a man gave me twenty-eight acres, I would feel obligated to stay with them if it didn’t work.”
As for Ari and Moneybagg, the two took to Twitter, to brush off the comments made by the former “Jamie Foxx Show” star. The two empathized that the love is there right now, regardless if they’re married or not.
“Y’all don’t know the half of what he does for me mentally or financially. I’ve never felt so safe, loved, spoiled and happy with a person,” said Ari. “He loves me and my son so much. I’m sorry that you haven’t experienced a love like this. Focus on getting your own land and your husband. Y’all mad at Jewlery and cars but generational wealth is taking it too far… people will always have something to say no matter what.”
Regarding Moneybagg, he has a “love is love” mindset. He was also surprised that Beauvais did not approve of his gift for Ari.
“Love is Love Mind Ya Business. Not Fancy hating on my gift.”
In the end, Ari and Moneybagg definitely seem content with their relationship. The Memphis rapper has also won big musically, as he scored his first number one album, with “A Gangsta’s Pain.” This project also contained the hit record, “Wockesha,” which recently earned a remix with Lil Wayne and Ashanti.