“To all y’all people asking why I would let me son ride the bus because I’m rich — being rich don’t got nothing to do with a child experiences,”
... ... It can be used as an emphasizer (instead of cancellation) or a required double negative that indicates a single negative.
So in that view, "They ain't got nothing to say." has been interpreted as "They don't have anything to say.".
By that analogy, "being rich don’t got nothing to do with a child experiences" should be interpreted as "being rich don’t have anything to do with a child experiences".
On the other hand, "being rich doesn’t got nothing to do with a child experiences" looks more correct to me.
How should we understand that sentence correctly? Grammatically and semantically.