Pink’s daughter, Willow, is learning the fine art of hustling at an early age. The 7-year-old budding makeup artist recently lost one of her baby teeth, and instead of getting a quarter under her pillow (isn’t that what you got? No? Just us?), she scored a crisp $100 bill.
“Willz is gonna be the next major investment banker,” Willow’s pops, Carey Hart, captioned a photo of her holding the money-making chomper on Instagram. “We settled on a 100 buck for 1 shot at pulling her tooth out. Was the best money I ever spent, and she got 20 weeks worth of tour per diem in 5 seconds.” He added the hashtag, #LoveThisKid.
To quote Puff Daddy (or P. Diddy or Love or whatever moniker he goes by these days), “It’s all about the Benjamins, baby.”
My question is: How are Pink and Hart going to keep up once their 18-month-old son, Jameson, starts losing teeth? Sure, they’re both successful — she’s a pop sensation, and he’s a motocross racer — but, humans have 32 teeth, and at $100 a pop, they’re looking to drop $6,400 between their two kids. That’s a lotta tooth dough.
Willow, who recently celebrated her birthday by dying her hair purple, is currently touring the world with Pink on the Beautiful Trauma Tour, where they’ll be making stops all over Australia and New Zealand from now until September. If I were Willow, I’d be yanking those baby teeth like there’s no tomorrow to rack up some souvenir spending cash. You can never have too many kangaroo key chains, IMO.