Cardi B Revealed She’s A Waffle House Patron In Her Quest To Prove She Doesn’t Lease Her Whip

July 31, 2018 / Posted by:

You know you’ve made it big in the rap world when jealous hos start calling you out for flashy purchases and accuse you of leasing your tricked out ride. Cardi B is apparently not one to lease a luxury car and took to firing off her bank statement to slap down her accusers. It actually only made me more jealous because it looks like Cardi pregamed her Lamborghini purchase with a tricked out spread at her local Waffle House.

Hot New Hip Hop says Cardi and her husband Offset showed off his-and-her Lambos over the weekend, and that had many people saying those cars weren’t theirs outright. Cardi decided to let her Wells Fargo statement deliver the smoking gun that, not only can she flick Taylor Swift from the top of the charts, she can also afford her own car by showing a withdrawal for nearly $550,000 that she claims went to buying the ride. She deleted it, but Charlamagne Tha God got a screengrab:

Cardi B and Offset should probably have a talk with MC Hammer and Nicolas Cage.

But bravo for being able to take out over half a million from your account when some of us over here are overdrafting on a day-old bagel from Panera (hypothetically speaking, of course), but do you see that gem below the car cash? $64.32 at the damn Waffle House! What kind of high-fallutin’ breakfast are y’all getting, Cardi? I think you could buy out the entire “restaurant” for $19.99 max! I guess pecan waffles and smothered hashbrowns puts those two in the mood for expensive cars because this is what their bank account says they got the day after:

Most people also gave her shit for going blue when red is her favorite color, but she said that’s because it was the only convertible they had. It’s a good thing she owns that shit because once she loses interest in flooring it on an upstate highway a couple of times, what better path forward that selling that shit at Carmax and then just buying out an actual Waffle House franchise. Oh wait, maybe that’s what the $64.32 already went to.

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