Some people seem to think that Birkin bags lost their value because black rappers bought them Cardi B. thinks the opposite is the case! Here’s what the star had to say in response to the hater!
Have Birkin bags depreciated because black rappers bought them so often?
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This is what one user argued and lamented on social media, “Birkins have literally lost their value” because black rappers like Cardi B “convinced you all that these Birkins bags are easy to come by.”
It didn’t take long for the WAP rapper to clap back on her own platform, which explained why the OP was very wrong to accept something like this about the very expensive items.
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In a video she posted about it, Cardi said, “First of all, I could definitely get a bag – in fact, I got four bags from the Hermès store today. I don’t want to brag, but it’s like I don’t even try. Second… why do you ask rappers if they could get a bag from the Hermès store? You’re not doing this to these white celebrities. So why do you have to ask us? ‘
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She went on to argue, “They say we are devaluing value. We actually create added value. Because if we mention brands in hip hop in hip hop, it doesn’t increase. Hip Hop, we start trends. If you say that we devalue s ** t, no. We actually create added value. Why when a black girl, why when a Hispanic girl has a bag, you have to question her. There are a lot of bosses out here who own their own businesses – there are brokers, there are PRs, there are doctors … and the list goes on. ‘
But Cardi closed her video with a very important message for those women who are not on this list.
The rapper wanted the “normal” girls to know that they don’t have to break their necks to get a Birkin bag and that luxury items won’t make them what they are.
She stressed that women who are not that rich should never feel like they have to compare themselves to what they see online and should even label it as “fake”.