Cardi B is a stone-cold looker as she slithers into Halloween with sexy gold-plated Medusa costume

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Cardi B is sure to inspire plenty of Halloween costumes once again this year, with a variety of iconic looks in her repertoire to choose from.

So, it’s not surprise that the Grammy winner’s choice of a costume would be just as iconic as her usual wardrobe.

She was a stone-cold looker Saturday, as she slithered into the spooky season with a sexy gold Medusa costume, taking to Instagram with the sultry and sinister final product.

Snake queen: Cardi B was a stone-cold looker on Halloween, as she slithered into the spooky season with a sexy gold Medusa costume, taking to Instagram with the sultry and sinister final product

Snake queen: Cardi B was a stone-cold looker on Halloween, as she slithered into the spooky season with a sexy gold Medusa costume, taking to Instagram with the sultry and sinister final product

The 28-year-old channeled the late Aaliyah in Queen of the Damned, rocking a metallic gold-plated bra by Laurel DeWitt, with matching choker, bangles and V-shaped belt.

She finished the look with a scale-clad six-foot tail, created for her gorgeous signature curves by Baba Jagne.

Cardi posed in a moody red room, with snakes photoshopped into her hair, befitting the Greek mythological figure. 

Meanwhile, she served as inspiration for Ciara, 35, who embodied several iconic female artists for Halloween, including Cardi, Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj and Janet Jackson.

Stay gold: The 28-year-old channeled the late Aaliyah in Queen of the Damned, rocking a metallic gold-plated bra by Laurel DeWitt, with a scale-clad six-foot tail, created for her gorgeous signature curves by Baba Jagne

Stay gold: The 28-year-old channeled the late Aaliyah in Queen of the Damned, rocking a metallic gold-plated bra by Laurel DeWitt, with a scale-clad six-foot tail, created for her gorgeous signature curves by Baba Jagne

She recreated the cover of Cardi’s 2018 debut studio album Invasion of Privacy, having her son Future, six, dress as Cardi’s husband Offset, 28.

The Bodak Yellow artist gave her seal of approval on Instagram, writing: ‘I’m gagging! I love it! I’m so hype! I’ve always been a huge fan of @ciara and became an even bigger fan after I met her! 

‘She is the most sweetest and the most nicest person in the world! A true peach! Staying sweet and humble was the prayer!’

Halloween inspo: Meanwhile, she served as inspiration for Ciara, 35, who embodied several iconic female artists for Halloween

Truest form of flattery: She recreated the cover of Cardi's 2018 debut studio album Invasion of Privacy

Truest form of flattery: Meanwhile, she served as inspiration for Ciara, 35, who embodied several iconic female artists for Halloween. She recreated the cover of Cardi’s 2018 debut studio album Invasion of Privacy

Couples costume: The Beauty Marks artist had son Future, six, dress as Cardi's husband Offset, 28

Couples costume: The Beauty Marks artist had son Future, six, dress as Cardi’s husband Offset, 28

She approves: The Bodak Yellow artist gave her seal of approval on Instagram, writing: 'I'm gagging! I love it! I¿m so hype!' (pictured in January, 2020)

She approves: The Bodak Yellow artist gave her seal of approval on Instagram, writing: ‘I’m gagging! I love it! I’m so hype!’ (pictured in January, 2020)

It comes after she clapped back at racist trolls Sunday, after they argued that Hermès’ notoriously exclusive line of Birkin bags have ‘lost their value’ because of Black women buying them up.

She argued on IGTV: ‘Why is it that y’all asking female rappers if they could get a bag from the Hermes store. Y’all don’t do this to these white celebrities… So why is it that y’all gotta be asking us?’ 

Cardi added: ‘Another thing is that they’re saying we’re depreciating the value. Actually, we add value because when we mention brands in hip-hop, their s*** go up.’

She referenced her 2017 breakout single Bodak Yellow, which sparked a 217 percent spike in searches for Christian Louboutin shoes, according to Business of Fashion.

Clapping back: It comes after she clapped back at racist trolls Sunday, after they argued that Hermès' notoriously exclusive line of Birkin bags have 'lost their value' because of Black women buying them up

Clapping back: It comes after she clapped back at racist trolls Sunday, after they argued that Hermès’ notoriously exclusive line of Birkin bags have ‘lost their value’ because of Black women buying them up 

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