- Up hitmaker Cardi B spent over R400 000 on her daughter Kulture in her latest shopping spree
- Cardi shared the details of her shopping spree on social media and absolutely spoiled her daughter rotten
- The rapper said that she buys expensive gifts for Kulture because she's what she always wanted when she was growing up
Rapper Cardi B will do anything for her daughter Kulture and recently spoiled her baby girl with a shopping spree. Cardi spent $29 000 (R423 000) on her daughter and she wasn't shy to break the bank.
Cardi B described the shopping spree as a "little" bit of a spree, so when it comes to spending, this isn't the furthest she's willing to go for her Kulture. The rapper bought expensive designer bags for her daughter and other expensive accessories.
She posted an Instagram story and showed her fans what she was up to. Cardi said that it was all for her precious offspring.
"I went crazy shopping. All for Kulture though, nothing is mine. All KK," she said.
Cardi said that her daughter was a doll and God gave her one for a reason, posting a video with Kulture wearing designer gear. So she's not going to hold up on spending any time soon.
In a currently erased Instagram post, Cardi additionally gave an outline of the purchases, with the designer bags supposedly retailing for more than $3 000 (R43 000) each.
Cardi B said that she buys pricey things for her child because she's thanking God for the baby girl she's always wanted.
Briefly News previously reported that Cardi B wants to be a 'Billion-Dollar Woman' like Rihanna. American rapper, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar professionally known as Cardi B, in a Billboard report, opened up about her career goals and plans to become a billionaire.
The rapper, who appeared on Stationhead, the growing social audio platform, was hosted by BARDIGANGRADIO on March 17, in response to a fan who asked about her goals. She stated that she was more interested in billion-dollar deals.
She also opened up about Rihanna and Jay Z being the two people she looks up to for how successfully they've handled their business and music.
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