The 1 Thing Cardi B and Paris Hilton Have in Common Involves A Lot of Bad Luck

At first glance, Cardi B and Paris Hilton seem like they are complete opposites. However, they do actually have a few things in common. For one thing, they are both in the music industry. Cardi B is a well-known rapper and Hilton is actually a pretty popular DJ at a nightclub.

They have also both starred in their own reality shows and they have a pretty substantial net worth.

Another thing that they have in common is that they both seem to be unlucky in love. The two had recently both gotten engaged and had also both broke things off with their finances around the same time. But do these two world-renowned women simply have bad luck when it comes to love or do their recent breakups prove that these two are faced with something more than just a little bad luck?

Keep reading to find out why some fans think that Cardi B and Paris Hilton’s last relationships may have actually been cursed.

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Cardi B and Paris Hilton got engaged around the same time

 Cardi B and fellow rapper, Offset, started dating in 2017. That same year, On October 27, Offset had surprised Cardi B by joining her on stage at a concert in Philadelphia and asked her if she would be his wife. 

Cardi B had immediately said yes and was overjoyed to be engaged to Offset. “Jesus Christ, I am so emotional,” Cardi B had said. “[Offset} I love you so much. Thank you for seeing the potential in me. For giving me advice, molding me, and loving me. You’re such an amazing man to me, your family, friends, kids, and you are extremely talented.”

About three months later, Paris Hilton had her own exciting news to share. While she and her then-boyfriend, Chris Zylka, were vacationing at a ski resort, he had gotten down and one knee and asked the hotel heiress to if she would send the rest of her life with him. 

Hilton had later told People, “I am so excited to be engaged to the love of my life and my best friend. I have never felt so happy, safe, and loved. He is perfect for me in every way and showed me that fairytale really does exist.”

Cardi B and Paris Hilton’s engagement ring looked very similar

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When Offset had proposed to Cardi B, he had given her a large, pear-shaped diamond ring that had cost around $500,000. Coincidentally, Zylka had given Hilton a ring that looked almost identical. Hilton’s ring features a 20-carat, pear-shaped diamond that had cost around $2 million.

After Hilton had shared a picture of her ring on Instagram, fans were quick to point out that her ring looked identical to Cardi B’s. However, both women didn’t seem to mind that their rings looked similar, and instead were very happy for themselves and each other.

Cardi B and Paris Hilton end their relationships at the same time

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 In November 2018, Hilton had announced that she and Zylka had split up. It was rumored that their relationship had moved too fast and neither one was ready to make such a life-changing decision just yet in their lives.

This news didn’t really raise any sort of red flags until Cardi B had announced, only two weeks later, that she and her husband, Offset, would be getting a divorce. Fans were quick to speculate that the two relationships sudden demise was caused by something more than just a coincidence.

Were Cardi B and Paris Hilton’s engagement ring cursed?

According to Brides, many fans believe that the two women had both split up from their significant other at the same time because there may seem some sort of curse or jinx tied to a pear-shaped diamond ring.

While we doubt that there is any sort of dark magic tied to a specific cut of the ring, many fans are still scared to get an engagement ring that pear-shaped. However, Brides had also pointed out, that even if there is a curse tied to Cardi B and Hilton’s rings, it is probably only bad luck if you get a ring that has a high carat count.

So, if your ring didn’t cost several thousand (or millions) of dollars, then you are probably fine.