Cardi B's Dress Is So Huge That She Arrives at Rihanna's Diamond Ball in a Car Trunk


Cardi B's Dress Is So Huge That She Arrives at Rihanna's Diamond Ball in a Car Trunk


The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker channeled her inner princess in a very large pastel dress when she was pictured arriving at the charity event held on Thursday night in NYC.
Cardi B gave a princess-y vibe with her large dress when arriving at Rihanna's annual Diamond Ball which was held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. In fact, Cardi's dress was so big that she had to travel to the Thursday night, September 14 charity event in the trunk of her car.



The pastel dress was undeniably stunning, but it was pretty obvious that Cardi needed at least four assistants to help her get out of her SUV. As seen in some paparazzi photos, her team popped open the hatch and pulled her out of the back seat of the vehicle.



After her team finally managed to get her out of her car, they got her pink sky-high platform heels onto the ground. As if it wasn't tough enough, all of Cardi's assistants had to help carry the flowing skirt of the Christian Siriano ball gown to the door.



Cardi eventually managed to fit her massive gown through the entrance. The "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker then posed for photos, looking effortlessly beautiful. She styled her dark hair in an elegant up do to match the princess-inspired dress.



At Rih's 3rd annual charity event, Cardi joined the likes of Beyonce Knowles and husband Jay-Z, Trevor Noah, Young Thug, Future, La La Vazquez, Emily Ratajkowski and actor Jamie Foxx. Cardi could not contain her excitement as she got to take photo together with her idol Dave Chappelle, who hosted the event that also included performances by Kendrick Lamar and Calvin Harris.

My REAL IDOL !!!!! Dave Chapelle !!!

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This year's Diamond Ball raised over $5 million. Rih said at the event, "Together, we are funding groundbreaking and effective global education, health and emergency response programs." The "Wild Thoughts" songstress added, "We are investing in the future and helping to improve the quality of life for young people and their families around the globe."

The funds will go to support the Clara Lionel Foundation's initiative to provide global education, health and emergency response programs around the world.


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