Far be it from me to tell Vikings owner Mark Wilf how to spend his money. He has plenty of it, and he can do with it as he pleases.

Still, the details of his son Andrew’s Bar Mitzvah — the Jewish rite of passage that signals the beginning of manhood — are quite interesting, as reported by TMZ:

French Montana serenaded a bunch of 13-year-olds with a song celebrating cocaine. … Andrew the Bar Mitzvah boy made his entrance in a hamster ball with exploding confetti. And famed electric violinist Irene Fong did her thing in front of the crowd. We have no idea how much Wilf dropped on the shindig, but we know French’s going rate is $100k for private functions.

Hamster balls and six-figure entertainment? The only thing missing — at least as far as we know — was a camel. You only get that when you turn 30.

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