For Cardi B, Christian Louboutin represents a certain level of status ... “These expensive, these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes/hit the store, I can get 'em both, I don't wanna choose.” “Where she’s from, when girls are ready to get.
Known to red carpet insiders and fashionistas the world over by their iconic red soles, Christian Louboutin heels are the definition ... All it took was Cardi B rapping “These expensive, these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes,” and online traffic.
Christian Louboutin may be responsible for designing some of the most sought after luxury shoes for the ladies and deeming his brand “red bottoms” due to their infamous red soles. However, Cardi B is bringing the designer even more success after she.
Those seeking a pair of the famous red-bottomed Christian Louboutin heels may be in trouble ... The spike is being attributed to lyrics such as "red bottoms, bloody shoes" and "these expensive, these is red bottoms" in the rapper's chart-topping.
“These expensive, these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes,” she spits on the track. The lyrics reportedly prompted a 217% spike in Internet searches for Christian Louboutin shoes, while also adding an estimated $4.5 million to the company’s media.
These (Red) Soles Are Meant for Litigating It may have appeared as though the battle over the bottom of Christian Louboutin’s shoes was over in 2012 when a New York federal court held that the Paris-based footwear brand could rightfully claim protection.
While Christian Louboutin declined to comment for this story, I connected with several Cardi B fans who shared that the rapper has inspired them to consider buying red bottoms of their own — and that Louboutin could be missing out on a business.
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On “Bodak Yellow,” Cardi B proudly shouts out the “Red Bottoms,” “these is bloody shoes.” That line reportedly helped increase the media value of Christian Louboutin to $4.5 million.