9 Things That Prove This Dog is Way Richer Than You

By Bridget O'Donnell, January 11, 2017

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Meet Coco Wang, the pampered pooch belonging to the son of China's richest man. She's probably more loaded than you.

The dog, a female Alaskan malamute, is owned by Wang Sicong, the son of billionaire Wanda boss Wang Jianlin

Wang Junior, who once blew RMB2.5 million at KTV (but doesn't want to inherit daddy's empire), has been dubbed "the nation's husband" due to his bachelor status. But he's also drawn heat from state media and netizens alike for his ridiculous and over-the-top displays of excessive wealth. 

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For proof of Wang's exorbitant lifestyle, one need look no further than his flamboyant pup, whom Wang Sicong showers with expensive gadgets, designer handbags, private jet rides and more. He's even nicknamed Coco the "dog princess of the people."

Here are nine reasons that prove Coco the dog has a way more extravagant lifestyle than you could ever dream of having.

1. She has eight iPhone 7s.

Coco dog 8 iphone 7sBack in September, Coco (or rather, Wang, channeling his dog) shared photos to her millions of followers on Weibo—yep, she's got her own verified account—flaunting her eight brand new black and rose gold iPhone 7s. 

"I don't understand all the show-off posts on (social media)," Coco wrote in the post. "What's the point? Don't make me do it?"

The fu'erdai  life must be ruff.


We imagine this Apple fanatic won't have to worry about waiting in line for the highly-anticipated iPhone 8, set to be released later this year.

2. She has two gold Apple Watches worth more than RMB250,000.

King of the tuhao: Wang Jianlin's son spends RMB250,000 on gold Apple Watches for his dog

In 2015, the KOL (K9 Opinion Leader) made headlines after photos of her wearing RMB250,000 worth of bling in the form of two golden Apple Watches circulated online.

"I have new watches! I'm supposed to have four watches since I have four long legs," Coco posted on Weibo. "But that seems too tuhao [rich and vulgar] so I kept it down to two, which totally fits my status. Do you have one?"

READ MORE: In Shocking Twist, Man Who Bought Gold Apple Watches for His Dog is a Bit of a Jerk

3. She owns luxury handbags.

Wang Sicong's dog purses

Wang Sicong dog purse

Wang Sicong dog purse

Yes, those are Fendis. And yes, she owns an Hermès leash.

4. She gets hongbao filled with huge wads of cash.

Wang Sicong dog hongbao

And you thought the lucky red envelopes you received at your company's Chinese New Year party were big.

5. She wears designer footwear.

Wang Sicong's dog has fancy shoes

"Today [I] go out wearing my new shoes," Coco once bragged on Weibo. "Are they pretty? Are they fashionable? Don't ask what brand they are, you won't be able to afford them."

6. Her meals are fancy AF.

Wang Sicong dog hairy crabs

No puppy chow for this fair lass. Coco reportedly feasts on only the finest delicacies, including sushi, hairy crabs and Uruguayan steak.

Wang Sicong Dog Sushi

Wang Sicong dog sushi

7. Her birthday parties are off da leash.

Wang Sicong birthday party

A bash thrown for Coco on her second birthday last April showed just how much Wang Sicong spoils his pet.

Coco celebrated the special day with not one, but two birthday cakes and an extravagant party attended by a bunch of her closest canine companions.

10 Photos That Prove Wang Sicong's Dog Lives Fancier Than You Do

Wang Sicong took the celebrations one step further, attaching balloons spelling out Coco's name to the top of his luxury car.

10 Photos That Prove Wang Sicong's Dog Lives Fancier Than You Do

8. She owns a luxury lifestyle brand.

Coco Wang Taobao Store

The enterprising Coco has her own online shop featuring a cartoon logo of the dog on all products. The Taobao store sells a wide array of toys, snacks and other accessories for dogs, including totes, phone covers, chew toys and more. 

Coco Wang logo

9. She flies on private jets.

Wang Sicong dog cargo

Back in November 2015, Coco took a special vacation in true first class-style on a private jet.

Because the cargo area is for basic bitches. 

And in case you didn't already hate Coco enough, here she is getting VIP chauffer service on her very own private minibus:

Wang Sicong Dog VIP


[Images via Weibo, Daily Mail]

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