Cardi B shows off impressive collection of Hermès handbags

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Cardi B has flaunted her massive collection of luxury Hermès handbags.

The Bodak Yellow rapper, who is expecting her second child with husband Offset, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post two photos showing her posing in a figure-hugging burgundy Mugler dress and carrying a tan coloured Birkin bag.

Cardi also uploaded a snap showing her selecting a tote from a table with approximately 26 handbags on display.

"Every other day new wig new hair, come take me out this Mugler......a couple weeks ago," she wrote in the caption, referencing her verse from Normani's new song Wild Side.

Introduced in the 1980s and named after English actress/singer Jane Birkin, the sought-after handbags are handmade from leather or exotic skins, with prices starting at around $11,000 (£8,000).

And while Cardi's post quickly racked up over three million likes, a number of her followers pointed out that she has spent a small fortune on purses.

"That's over $2 million in purses let that sink in," one fan commented, while another wrote, "I Swear Just Ya Bags Is Worth Somebodys Income. But You Been Killing It (sic)."

Elsewhere, a follower joked: "I can't afford to look at this picture."

Cardi often poses with her handbags on social media, and last February, revealed in a post that she paid "triple" to score an exclusive Birkin Cargo tote, which features pockets as well as leather and canvas detailing. The design retails for around $65,000 (£48,000), and it's possible the 28-year-old paid over $200,000 (£145,000).

"Y'all don't understand, I called every f**king Hermès store, it just came out this year...I had to pay triple but I just love it," she commented in a video at the time. "I just thought it was so amazing, she's so pretty."

Other stars reported to have large collections of exclusive Birkin bags include Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian.

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