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Cardi B Complains About Money After Breaking Down Her Monthly Expenses

By Daryl Nelson
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Cardi B said she spends about $250,000 a month and she wasn't too happy about it.

After she revealed her spending in a video, some of her followers told her to stop spending so much on designer clothes.

The Bronx rapper then responded and broke down what she actually spends her money on. 

"But it's not about designers, though," wrote Cardi, who once said she has five luxury vehicles but doesn't drive. "That's the thing people assume that's what you spending money on. Let me tell you just a lil bit about my bills. I have a company, I pay publicist, stylist, makeup artist, security, babysitter, business management, I have a baby now so it's a must to take private jets when she moves ... Just on rent is about 30k a month, drivers and that's not including rent and mortgage of homes in NY and ATL and investment properties. When people say the more money the more problems that shit is real."

 





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Do you think Cardi is spending too much each month, or do her expenses sound about right for a celebrity of her status?

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