Chinese Billionaire’s Son Adds Eight iPhone 7s To His Dog’s Apple Collection


An Alaskan malamute, owned by the son of Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, did not have to wait in line or actually step outside to get its paws on the latest Apple device.

Wang Sicong bought his dog Coco eight iPhone 7 handsets on the day of its release according to photos posted on China’s equivalent to twitter, Weibo.

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The iPhone 7, which costs a whopping $1,197 in China, did not make the flamboyant rich kid break a sweat as the post on Weibo was accompanied with the caption;

”I don’t understand all the show-off posts on social media.. What’s the point? Don’t make me do it?”

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This is not Coco first Apple device. In 2015, the dog was pictured wearing two Apple watches with luxury bands costing more than $37,000. The pet was also given a pink Fendi handbag in the same month.

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Sicong has also posted pictures of Coco posing with wads of cash which he claimed was her Valentine’s Day present.

He opened an online shop called Coco Wang to mark her birthday. The shop sells a line of dog inspired toys and accessories which carry illustrations of the pet.

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Sicong is a successful businessman in his own right and was named among one of the richest entrepreneurs under the age 30 in China.

He’s father is worth a whopping £23 billion of which he is the sole heir to the fortune. His father gave him £53 million to start his own business which has grown to over £430 million in six years.

Sicong is regarded as China’s most eligible bachelor. He is always followed by China’s tabloids due to his enviable lifestyle and outrageous display of wealth.

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He caused an uproar for once saying the size of breasts on a girl determined if she was a potential girlfriend. His father had to appear on state television to address the controversy of which he blamed ”western schooling”.