If you drove to work today in a 1987 Nissan Maxima with 340,000 miles on the odometer, cardboard over the broken windows, “can’t get clean” seats, and a busted radio that only picks up the Christian station (you know who you are), then you might want to stop reading this. A source tells News.com.au that Tommy Girl bought 3-year-old Suri a $30,000 custom-made miniature replica of an Indy race car.
The source went on to say, “Suri has been mesmerized by auto racing n TV so he thought it would be fun for her to have her own little car to ride in. If Suri truly takes to the sport, Tom plans on having a little race track installed at his L.A. property. But for now she’ll just be going up and down the family’s long driveway.”
Let’s get really really REAL here. Suri didn’t want that mini race car. If Suri wanted a car, she’d request a burgundy Cadillac Deville with gold-plated accents, tan leather seats and a driver in a tuxedo. Suri is a REFINED LADY. She doesn’t play around with stupid race cars.
Tommy Girl ordered that miniature race car for himself, because he heard it makes the boys coo. So if you see Tommy Girl riding around on a booster seat in a toy race car, just coo at him. It’ll make his no-no’s day.