Cardi B drips in over $2.5M worth of diamond jewelry

She likes dollars, she likes diamonds, she likes stunting, she likes shining.

And with her performance look for Sunday’s Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium, Cardi B took her obsession with ice to a whole new level, piling on around 25 blinged-out baubles worth around $2.5 million in total.

In addition to her 8-carat, pear-shaped engagement ring from Offset worth around $500,000, the 28-year-old “WAP” rapper also wore her heart-shaped ring from her husband, which according to TMZ weighs in at 20 carats with a valuation of over $1 million.

But those rings were just the tip of the (literal) iceberg: Cardi also debuted a new Playboy chain by celebrity jeweler Elliot Elliante, whose last rabbit-themed piece for the superstar — a necklace shaped like “Space Jam” bombshell Lola Bunny — rang in at $400,000, per TMZ.

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The “Up” hitmaker layered her latest commission with five honeycomb diamond Cuban chokers gifted by Jewelry Unlimited, which the brand told Page Six Style were custom-made to fit her neck. Similar styles will set you back $39,999.99 each — although Cardi’s versions were crafted with top-of-the-line VVS stones and 14-karat gold, bumping up the price considerably.

The Atlanta jeweler also loaded the rapper’s wrists with a whopping 14 different blinged-out bracelets, including a Cuban link piece in rose and white gold ($19,499.99), a two-tone mariner link bracelet ($16,899.74), a white gold Gucci link piece ($16,749.99) and several other Cuban link and tennis bracelets, each worth over $10,000.

Cardi completed the multimillion-dollar look with a bedazzled manicure, her diamond-encrusted Audemars Piguet watch — reportedly worth $250,000 — and a huge pair of iced-out hoop earrings adorned with daughter Kulture’s name.

No wonder she had to style her outfit with sunglasses; all that bling is downright blinding.

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Cardi flashed her over-the-top manicure, enormous engagement ring and armful of diamond bracelets at the show.
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