The Women Of “THE REAL” Debate If The Gift of 28.8 Acres Of Land From Girlfriend Ari Fletcher To Her Boyfriend Moneybagg Yo Was Too Much, Ari and Moneybagg React


Recently it was reported that rapper Moneybagg yo received 28.8 acres of land from his girlfriend Ari Fletcher.

The Wockesha rapper, full name, DeMario DeWayne White Jr. is from Memphis Tennesee and Ari Fletcher purchased the land in Memphis.

On her Instagram account, Ari posted pictures of Moneybagg and his friends in a field receiving the elaborate gift.

She shared: “What do you buy someone that has it all? The gift that keeps on giving. I’ve bought you a lifetime of income, literally. Generational wealth! 28.8 acres BABY! I love you. Happy birthday.”

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A discussion was brought up on THE REAL about the gift. The ladies debated if the gift was too elaborate for someone who is just a girlfriend. The topic was “Acting Married While Still Dating”.

The ladies weighed in asking their audience and each other if there should be limits placed on gifts in your relationship when you are not married.

Garcelle Beauvais shared that some gifts are too much and she would feel obligated to remain with that man if she accepted such a gift.

Jeannie Mai made the point that maybe it was the money that was making people feel uncomfortable because Ari could have easily spent the same amount of money on a car, a watch, or something else.

Loni Love made the point that when she referred to “Acting Married While Still Dating” it was more from an emotional perspective.

Watch the women of THE REAL discuss the hot topic below:


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Ari and Moneybagg both responded to the conversation on social media:

On Twitter Ari shared:


Twitter reacted to her Tweets with the following:



Moneybagg decided to show his following exactly what he received from his girlfriend, asking them ‘Where’s yours?’

He also responded to the commentary on THE REAL saying “Not Fancy hating on my gift..”


What are your thoughts on this topic? Is this SIMPLY a gift that keeps on giving and it shouldn’t matter that they aren’t married?

Or should we all just mind our own tax bracket business?

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