Following Cardi's announcement of an impending divorce from Offset, the Invasion of Privacy rapper said "eff it", and finally blessed us all with a lovely photo of her precious four-month-old baby girl Kulture Kiari.
Cardi had previously said that she was anxious about showing her baby's face online because of "crazy" people. She recorded a video telling TMZ that's she's remorseful for being a homewrecker and feels bad about the tryst with Offset, knowing that he was a married man.
So it's not that Cardi B has $100 Million now to split with her husband, but her brand (with all her possible endorsement deals, etc) could be worth $100M over time. I feel ashamed. Me to Cardi B, to her fans, her family: These were never my intentions.
There have also been rumors that fellow female rapper Cuban Doll was secretly involved with Offset as well. I know that her and Offset actually do have love for each other.
- SOHH (@sohh) December 6, 2018Offset was linked to rapper Cuban Doll when his alleged text messages leaked. She posted an apology letter on IG and addressed the supposed infidelity in a video given to TMZ. I didn't know how serious his marriage was, you know ... I never meant to break up a happy home'.
"BUT, things just haven't been working out between us for a long time".
"I have not spoken to Cardi but I would like her to know I am a very genuine person and I'm not here to breakup a family and I'm very sorry this is happening", she continued. "I hope with this she can actually focus on her love for Offset".
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