Star rapper Cardi B set the fashion tone on her Instagram page, dazzling fans on the timeline while showing off her arresting look from the music video of her freshest track, “Up.”
The star shared two photos where she displayed her unique sense of style. Cardi B channeled the look of a greek goddess in an ensemble that had emerald and gold undertones.
The bespoke featured a corset connected to barely-there bottoms that left nothing to the imagination. The award-winning rapper’s colorful tattoos added to the mesmerizing look.
Cardi B wore her hair in a tumble of platinum blonde styled to fan one part of her perfectly made-up face. The star matched her outfit with stylish gloves and jewelry on her fingers. She teased fans in her caption:
“Have you watch[ed] the UP video yet?”
It is no news that the music star likes to go all out when it comes to fashion accessories and luxury items, and it is safe to say she always aces it. Recently, the star was in the news after debuting her newly acquired Hermes purse.
Cardi B, a mom-of-one, made it known that she was in a frantic search for the Birkin purse and had to pull strings to get it. The high-end fashion item featured multiple pockets and came in a sophisticated fawn color.
Cardi B wasted no time, emphasizing that her songs were not for kids.
The newly-purchased lavish item is Cardi B’s addition to her Birkin collection that numbers up to 23. The star owns a top-to-floor closet with her handbags and purses laid out. The collection requires a ladder to get the ones at the top.
The Grammy-winning rapper’s status is at its top-notch level, and she has proved that she is not stopping anytime soon. However, she does have her fair share of criticism and trolling.
Recently, the star had to fend off critics who blasted her for keeping her music from her little daughter, Kulture. The star shared a video where she was listening to her hit single, “WAP,” but stopped it when Kulture waltzed in.
Many tagged her hypocritical for putting out songs with sexual content but preventing her child from listening, while other people’s children had access to them. Cardi B wasted no time emphasizing that her songs are not for kids.
She made a reference to teenage star Jojo Siwa, whose songs were more inclined to kids while adding that she is not responsible for how other parents raise their children.