But not if you are a multimillion dollar rapper and producer.
DeAndre Cortez Way, otherwise known as Soulja Boy, the man behind rap hits such as Crank That (Soulja Boy) and Turn My Swag On, is splashing out on a $55 million private jet to celebrate his milestone.www.mannastores.com
While the jet already has a hefty price tag of $35 million, the singer has spent an additional $20 million to upgrade the new mobile pad.
The upgrade include Italian leather seats, flat screen TVs, four liquor bars, a customized travertine-tiled floor, a revamped bathroom, Brazilian hardwood cabinets and a custom paint job on the exterior, featuring his logo.
And the rapper hasn't stopped there with his extravagant birthday spending.
He has also splurged $300,000 on his own birthday bash, which will take place in Miami tonight.
Singer Sean Kingston, who recently recovered from a horrible jet-ski accident, is on the star-studded guestlist, as well as American rapper and actor, Bow Wow, and Orlando Magic basketballer, Dwight Howard.
And perhaps giving an insight into how Way may be paying for all of his birthday swag, the party will be streamlined live on the rapper's website, where fans will be required to pay a fee in order to obtain an inside look at the festivities.
Way started his career in music at the age 14, when he moved to Mississippi with his father who gave him his own recording studio so he could pursue his passion for music.
Shortly after in 2004, he founded his record label Stacks on Deck Entertainment.