Cardi B wants to sell her luxury cars because she doesn’t use them

Cardi B wants to sell her luxury cars

Rapper Cardi B is considering selling her expensive vehicles.

She bemoaned in a video that because she is an unskilled driver and only drives sometimes, the cars had been gathering dust.

A Lamborghini Urus, a Chevy Suburban, a Rolls Royce, and a Lamborghini Aventador are among the exotic vehicles she owns.

Cardi B displayed a couple of them on her Instagram story while claiming that selling the equipment would be better to attempting to maintain it.

Offset, the musician’s husband, once gifted her a 2020 Rolls Royce as a birthday present.

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Cardi B was in the news recently when she come up with a funny way to commemorate Cinco de Mayo by showing off her impressive dance talents. She has also made fun of her alleged Mexican ancestry.

Every year on May 5, Mexicans celebrate Cinco de Mayo to commemorate their victory at the Battle of Puebla in 1862 over the Second French Empire.

The rapper from the Bronx shared a video on Twitter in celebration of this festival in which she performs to a remix of the well-known Mexican song “La Chona.”

“HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO you filthy Americans !!!!!,” she wrote in the post’s caption.

Following her post, a fan commented that she was “never beating the Mexican allegations,” to which she responded and pointed out that since it had already been alleged that she was Mexican, she should “embrace” her roots.

“I mean they claim I’m Mexican… I might as well embrace my new nationality lol,” she wrote in a since-deleted tweet. In reality, however, the rapper has Dominican and Trinidadian roots.

Cinco de Mayo is a yearly celebration held on May 5 to celebrate Mexico’s victory over the Second French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, led by General Ignacio Zaragoza.

A stronger French force ultimately destroyed the Mexican army at the Second war of Puebla and captured Mexico City. Zaragoza passed away from illness a few months after the war.