Cardi B showed up and showed out in a lavish Chanel crop top and miniskirt. Fans couldn't stop gushing over the "WAP" singer's sexy legs and tiny waist.
It's no secret that Cardi B has a penchant for designer clothing and bags. The "Love & Hip Hop" alum is often pictured in various luxury brands, from Burberry and Balenciaga to Louis Vuitton and vintage Christian Dior.
Recently, the rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, stunned her 86 million Instagram fans in a stylish Chanel outfit which she shared in a photo captioned, "I’m skinny today."
Cardi B poses at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on August 20, 2018 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
Cardi B flaunted her tiny waist in a white Chanel crop top paired with a stripy miniskirt with gold button detail in the middle and a pair of pointed white high heels.
The "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker also carried a navy Chanel handbag in one hand while flipping her voluminous black shoulder-length hair back to reveal her flawless sun-kissed face.
"Is it just me or does Chanel hit [differently] than any other brand on her?"
Screenshot of fan comments on a photo of Cardi B. | Source: Instagram/iamcardib
Even Cardi B's fellow celebrities were in awe and expressed their sentiments after seeing the lavish outfit. "Conceited" rapper Remy Ma wrote, "Not today," while Chloe Bailey said she was gorgeous.
The two rappers received backlash for glamourizing sex work through their raunchy performance.
Several others expressed their compliments through heart and flame emojis, and within a few hours, the photo had received more than 2.7 million likes.
The overwhelmingly positive reactions are a stark contrast to the comments Cardi B received following her and Megan Thee Stallion's sexy "WAP" performance at the 2021 Grammys over the past weekend.
The two rappers received backlash for glamourizing sex work through their raunchy performance, but both artists were unbothered as it's not the first time the song has sparked public criticism.
Cardi B is no stranger to controversy regarding her music, style choices, and extravagant taste in fashion and almost always as a strong defense for her actions and choices.
Last year, the "Bartier Cardi" rapper spoke up against social media trolls who criticized female rappers and accused them of devaluing major fashion brands. Cardi B also called out the haters for accusing only women of color of having fake merchandise.