So I think it’s safe to say that Cardi B and Offset are not good with money. He went ballistic trying to “win Cardi back” when clearly she’s the type of girl who will arrange a hit on a stripper before she actually holds her own husband accountable for his actions. And then they spent $80,000 on diamond bracelets for a 10-month-old who will just swallow one by accident one day and shit it out. Well, add some more diamonds to Kulture‘s intestinal tract because these people won’t stop, and have now upped the ante to $100,000 in diamonds. I mean, sure, she can’t count to 10 but give her diamonds worth multiple people’s student loans.
TMZ says that Cardi B and Offset are really gunning to make their child Kulture the tackiest baby in America. It started with some dainty bracelets but like every infant who doesn’t even have permanent teeth, Kulture found the taste of the high-life too alluring. So clearly Offset and Cardi had to satisfy their daughter’s craving for diamonds. That’s what good parents do. College fund: screw that. This baby needs diamonds.
Since these two just ooooooooooze class and sophistication, of course the diamond purchase matches in tone. Kulture is a baby. Babies like children’s shows. So Cardi merged children’s shows and diamonds, and on July 10, Kulture’s gonna get a necklace of her favorite TV show, Word Party–a Netflix kids show.
Here’s a closer look at the piece, made by jeweler Eliantte and featuring Lulu the Panda, Kip the Wallaby, Franny the Cheetah, and Bailey the Elephant:
This is not the first time someone will be getting a blinged out cartoon diamond piece, but it certainly is one of the only times it’s age-appropriate. The characters at least, not the diamonds.
Both the pendant and chain are made of diamonds, white gold and “vibrantly colored enamel” all for the alleged cost of $100,000. So this source is inside the jewelry store because “vibrant” is a keyword, mama (Marketing Major).
Cardi has also let it be known that she’s blowing almost half-a million dollars–$400,000–on the party. So like… People who have blowout first birthdays for children are doing it for themselves. Which is fine: you made the baby, carried it and pushed it out of your pussy so you can party it up. But don’t pretend it’s for the kid. Infants are happy shoveling wet paste into their faces and laughing at blinking colors, and you don’t need $400,000 for that.
That bouncy castle is for you to hop around in. That face-painter is for you to take pictures of cutely-painted kids. That necklace is for you to look like you spent the most on your baby. That open bar is for you to turn up with your friends–like stop pretending. And don’t tell me there’s no open-bar spending $400,000–on what?
Pics: Wenn.com, TMZ