Cardi B and Offset threw a huge third birthday bash for their daughter Kulture, and fans are still talking about it. Kulture had a very good night as her mother bought her a $150,000 charm necklace and papa Offset got her a $250,000 designer watch. That Princess Party theme is not 100% original, but Cardi and Offset went all out to make it a royal occasion.

Hazel-E has called out the rap power couple of ripping off her idea for a party. The former Love & Hip Hop star posted a few Instagram stories that called out Cardi B and Offset for ripping off her idea for a birthday party. That did not end well for her.

It is alleged that Cardi B and Offset stole Hazel-E and husband De’Von Waller’s idea for their daughter, Ava’s, 1st birthday celebration. They also held a princess themed birthday party, complete with horse drawn carriage.

Along with photos of Ava’s birthday celebration, Hazel-E included captions that said, “It’s originality from me,” “It was only 3 weeks ago Damn!,” “And all my princesses were black.” She also included another slide (which has been deleted) that said: “I didn’t even say no names must be the same.”

“Ah yes, Hazel-E the inventor of Princess parties. Literally no one ever on the planet earth has ever done a princess party ever before her,” one fan tweeted out. Another fan joined the conversation to say, “Hazel-E is delusional. Lmaoo every girl has a princess party in their lifetime.”

Obviously, Cardi B has far more supporters in this situation than Hazel-E. She might have held that birthday party prior to Kulture’s shin-dig, but that doesn’t make it an “originality” idea at all.

What’s your take on this situation? Sound off in the comments!

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