Lil Baby has always been laser-focused on his cash flow, and he doesn’t make exceptions when it comes to his time. In a recent and somewhat surprising celebrity encounter, the rapper made headlines when a fan approached him and asked about the cost of his outfit. What followed was unexpected.

“Hey, we’re here with Lil Baby, how much does your fit cost?” the fan inquired while recording the interaction. In a seemingly lighthearted response, Lil Baby left both the fan and onlookers stunned by declaring, “Aye, you need to pay me $200,000 to talk to me,” before casually walking away.

Fans had mixed reactions to this encounter. Some understood Lil Baby’s perspective, recognizing that time is indeed money. “Time costs money, once y’all understand that, you will start to acknowledge more,” one person commented on the video posted on social media.

Lil Baby is known for his chart-topping hits and straightforward demeanor, but this incident took many by surprise. Fans grappled with the idea of paying a substantial sum for a brief encounter and a simple fashion question. Some criticized the rapper, calling his demand unnecessary and distasteful. “Baby is corny for that, not gonna lie,” one person remarked. Another speculated, “He sounds like he just lost $200,000 at the casino, that’s why he’s saying $200,000 for a fit check video.”


The incident sparked a debate about the evolving dynamics between celebrities and their fans in the age of social media and instant connectivity. It raised questions about the price of access to our favorite stars and whether Lil Baby’s demand was a genuine request or a tongue-in-cheek remark. Regardless, it’s clear that Lil Baby isn’t shy about putting a value on his time and attention.

What are your thoughts on Lil Baby’s response to the fan’s question about the cost of his outfit? Do you think celebrities should put a price on their time and attention when approached by fans, or is it important for them to maintain a more approachable demeanor? Leave us a comment.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of Thirsty for News and Ringside News. He has been writing about various topics dating back to 1997. He first got into website development at the time and has been focused on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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