The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star was put on front street by his wife after declining her offer to go shopping with him. Bambi took to Instagram on Sunday with a video, telling fans that Scrappy didn’t want her to join him on his Target run.
“He finna go to Target and I wanna go to Target too, so I just told him we should just make it a family field trip,” the new mother said before panning her cellphone camera towards the “Like a Man” rapper. “Why can’t everybody go to Target together, why do you gotta go and then come back and then I go?”
Lil Scrappy, who seemingly wanted some alone time at the department store, responded to his wife, “Listen you ain’t even say nothing about going to Target. … I just asked you one little thing and you said we should make it family trip. No.”
Scrappy urged his wife to give him a list of the things she needed, but Bambi was adamant about wanting to go too. She wrote in her caption, “🙄🙄 why everybody can’t go to target ????”
Many fans hilariously suggested that Bambi would take too long shopping in the store.
“Lmmfao!!!!! Been there before!!🤣😭🙌🏼❤️ Sorry boo he doesn’t won’t to be in there that long and if yo go he gone be in there that long 🤷🏽♀️ lol!”
“Men go in get what they need and leave lmboo! As women we👏🏽cant👏🏽do👏🏽that👏🏽!! Especially in 🎯 Target! What kind of monsters are they!? 🤣🤣.”
“🤣 Scrapp already know he gonna spend more than he wanted too and be in there 4 hours if yall go together!🤷🏽♂️”
Other fans urged Bambi to force herself along the ride with her husband.
“Scrappy is petty 🤣! Bambi 😂 Just go get in the car!”
“Breland😘 looking like okay daddy, my momma @adizthebam gone put them paws on you if you don’t take us to Target witchu😂.”
There’s no word on if the couple and their infant son Breland took a family trip to Target together, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if Lil Scrappy gave in to his wife’s request.
Lately, both Scrappy and Bambi have been on their parental duties. They recently enrolled their infant son into swim lessons, where the 6-month-old graduated from the “tadpole” stage of his swim class after learning to float on his own.