Cardi B Splashes Whooping $8 Million On Diamond Bracelet For Her Daughter
Cardi also revealed a screenshot of a text message about her ordering the bracelets for her little one
Cardi B will not hesitate to shower her daughter with Offset with the best thing possible. Just recently, the “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker spent a whopping $8 million on diamonds for her baby Kulture, who isn’t even 1 year old yet.
The raptress bragged about the pricey bracelets in a now deleted Instagram post on Monday, May 27. In the video, Cardi showed her little bundle of joy sporting one of her brand new bracelets which would make everyone envy.
“Just spent a bag on my daughter, you know a bad b***h gonna spoil,” the Bronx rapper said in the beginning of the video. “If I’m iced out my daughter gotta be too. YEUP IM BRAGGING CAUSE I BUST MY A** TO DO SOO.”
The Grammy winner went on tagging New York-based Pristine Jewelers.
In addition to that, Cardi also revealed a screenshot of a text message about her ordering the bracelets for her little one. “Everything will be ready at 3 , bracelets are Comin out cuteeee and changed the setting to the studs with the bigger pair , send ur guy at 3 also pls call Linda and tell her to wire the 80k , I just spoke to her she needs ur approval,” the jeweler wrote.
Along with the text was attached with a picture of the new jewelry in variety of colors including gold, silver and rose gold. It remains to be seen why the star deleted her post.
The 26-year-old previously set record straight about reports that she trademarked the terms “Bocktail” and “Bocktails with Cardi B” to use to sell clothing, alcoholic drinks and for “entertainment services in the nature of providing ongoing episodes for distribution via television and the Internet featuring celebrities and artists.”
“No I’m not doing a tv show. I’m just trade marking different drinks name,” she wrote on Twitter. “TMZ gets one piece of information and put legs and feet on that b***h!”
As its name would suggest, the star’s new venture looks to be focused on cocktail drinks, as her trademark states it is for “alcoholic beverages, except beer and beverages containing beer.”