We all know that top celebrities like to spend huge money on regular stuff like clothes and shoes especially when it's for the gram.
Hence it almost came as normal to see Cardi's husband offset (one of the 3 members of migos) gift their daughter an expensive gift for her second birthday.
In a video which the top-trapper shared to his Instagram he could be seen opening the wrapped present and handing the expensive Burkin bag to his cure two year old daughter named kulture which he shares with Cardi-b.
hat we were not however expecting is that such a little bag for a little toddler would cost 3 million naira.
Apparently the burkin bag retails for between $8000 - $500,000 according to business insider.
That in conversions is between 3 Million- 200 Million naira (for the cute little toddlers purse)
Apparently it pays to be Cari B's daughter (literally pays to be Cardi's daughter)
Considering that some mansions in Africa aren't worth as much as that little baby's new purse, I think it's safe to say that Cardi B and Offset's daughter Kulture won the gene trophy being born into a family as rich as that.
What are your thoughts on these? Do you love the bag or do you think it's kind of a waste of resources? Feel free to comment below.
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