Steve Aoki is spreading the Christmas cheer early this way and his beloved mother, Chizuru Kobayashi, is the first recipient.
The celebrity DJ surprised his mother with an early Christmas present and detailed it in an Instagram post.
Steve Aoki Gifts Mom Tesla
In the social media upload, the “Send It” music artist revealed that he gifted his mom a stunning white Tesla. The three-slide post started with a delighted Chizuru posing in front of her new whip.
The doting mother had a wide grin planted on her face as her hands were stretched out while her Tesla was wrapped with a cute red bow. In the following slide, Aoki joined his mother as they did a celebratory jump in front of the electric car.
Rounding off the post, Aoki shared a video of him presenting the expensive gift to his mother. The DJ held his mother’s hand as they took a walk down the hallway to get to the door.
Before opening the door, the Grammy-nominee asked his mother if she was ready, after which he pointed out her new car. The aged woman screamed in excitement as she sweetly hugged her son for the gift.
Aoki wished his mother a Merry Christmas and told her he loved her as she gushed over the vehicle, calling it “beautiful.” Fans in the comments section applauded Aoki’s heartwarming gesture.
One user wrote, “always gotta make sure moms is taken care of ♥️” while another added, “First off, She Is adorable 😂😍 protect her at all cost. Secondly, this is so sweet.
Aoki’s sweet gift to his mother comes ahead of his 44th birthday on November 30, so it is indeed a thoughtful gesture.
About The “Extinct” Star’s Career
On November 30, 1977, Aoki was born to Chizuru and famous wrestler-turned-restaurateur Hiroaki Aoki in Miami, Florida. He is the last of three children.
Per reports, after graduating from Newport Harbor High School, Aoki went to the University of California to study Sociology and Feminist Studies. It was during his time there that he kickstarted his music career.
While in college, Aoki formed his record label Dim Mak and started by making remixes. He worked with some local bands like “Moving Units” and “The Bloody Beetroot.”
Aoki’s unique remixes brought attention to his craft, but it wasn’t until he remixed the hit song, “Forever,” sung by Kanye West, Drake, Eminem, and Lil Wayne, that he was put on the chart.
His remix of the hut tune peaked at No.1 on the Hype Machine’s chart in December 2009, and the rest is history. Aoki has since grown to become one of the most-celebrated electronic dance music artists, with his 2012 debut album, “Wonderland,” bagging a Grammy nomination.
When Aoki isn’t making music, he makes major philanthropic moves. He is the owner of the Steve Aoki Charitable Fund, which donates money to medical research and humanitarian relief.