Cardi B gifts Offset $500K in a refrigerator for his birthday and fans ask: 'How about using that money to help people out?'
Offset turned 28 and to surprise her beau Cardi B decided to gift him $500k so he could decide what to do with it.
Cardi B knows how to treat her man with love on his birthday and this time, she did not hesitate to rain some money on him. Taking to Instagram, Cardi revealed that she was left confused when it came to buying a gift for her husband, Offset, as she thought he had everything with him.
To make her surprise unusual and unique, Cardi joked that she then decided to gift him a refrigerator for his birthday. Offset was left confused until he saw that it was filled with cash. Cardi revealed that there were a total of $500k there and he could use it to buy anything he liked. She gave him the options of buying clothes or a new car and he seemed impressed with what his wife had planned for his birthday.
However, fans were not happy with how Cardi decided to use that money. Many thought that such a big amount could have been used for something better. "Maybe you should have donated that money to his favorite charity in his name," one user wrote.
Another echoed similar thoughts as another comment read, "Nice but This is dumb I'm Not Hating I'm just saying ppl out here in need...why is it mostly black ppl that show their wealth like this... we know they got money duh! How about using that money to help ppl out here in this world to have a better Xmas start a Foundation give out toys to the less fortunate kids help adults get their kids something for Christmas that are less fortunate stop it."
While another user hinted that there were better ways to use the money as the comment read, "You could buy a car, you could buy more clothes, you could buy jewelry”, or you could take yourself to a nice dinner and then pay some legal expenses for people of color who have been wrongfully accused and are just sitting stuck in the system wishing that someone, ANYONE would help. Or buy five modest homes in Georgia for people on the streets. Or set up a scholarship fund for underprivileged kids who want to go to college."