As we all know (and saw coming) Cardi B filed for divorce from Offset and it was reported that his chronic stepping out is what finally led to her calling the time of death on their three-year marriage. Sources claimed that Cardi knew that Offset was a cheating slut but stayed in the marriage for the sake of their daughter, Kulture. But eventually, Cardi had enough and filed legal papers to be done with Offset for good. Because of Offset’s reputation as a cheater, there was a rumor that Cardi put him on the curb after finding out that he put a baby in his side piece. Cardi has denied this rumor, but then again, Wendy Williams also initially denied that her cheater husband fathered a baby with another and that secret baby turned out to be very, very real.
Cardi B apparently got sick and tired of huffing the cheater fumes wafting off of Offset and filed for divorce from him after three years of marriage. They last broke up in 2018 because Offset’s dick could not stay in one place (Cardi’s WAP) but she eventually took him back. But now sources are saying that Cardi has realized that cheating hos are gonna cheat, and that Offset was at it again so she’s done with him for good. In Cardi’s divorce papers, she asked for full custody of their 2-year-old daughter Kulture, and child support. But Cardi apparently didn’t mean to go that hard and is now pulling back.
Cardi B and Offset’s daughter, Kulture, just turned two. And since a celebrity second birthday is the new My Super Sweet Sixteen, Offset presented his little princess with a $20,000 pink Birkin bag. Hey, at least he didn’t traumatize her with a gigantic inflatable bouncy slide of her slack-jawed face (a la Kylie Jenner and poor Stormi).
Offset posted a video of Kulture, dressed as a bunny rabbit/fairy/ballerina hybrid, receiving her present. When Daddy Offset reveals the bag, she cries, “Pink!”, goes dead-eyed, and plops it back in the box. Then the clip ends. You know she was expecting an actual toy and not some useless shit her parents are using to show how rich they are. But at least she didn’t throw a tantrum. That’s a toddler-win in my books.
The name Rah Ali, may make you say, “WHO?! WHAT?! WHERE?!” Well, Rah Ali is on Love & Hip Hop: New York and is pretty much known for being friends with people more famous than her (which is everyone, basically). She’s friends with Remy Ma and was one-time besties with Cardi’s nemesis Nicki Minaj. According to Nicki, Rah is actually the one who decked Cardi during that infamous shoe-throwing fight at Harper’s Bazaar ICONS party. So Rah and Cardi have run in similar circles with Rah being the “Who???” of the group.
Rah has a radio show called Onsite!, and its Twitter account posted a tweet of Cardi’s that Cardi claims is fake. This led to a battle of words and Rah accused Cardi’s husband Offset of cheating again. I know, someone accusing a cheater of cheating. Hard-hitting stuff.
A quarantine is a bad time to be unfaithful. It’s hard to hide a side piece when you’re stuck in one place with your main piece. Enter: Offset and Cardi B.
Offset has cheated before, which caused him and Cardi to break up in 2018 for a quick minute before she took him back. I guess the flowers and concert crashes worked. They’ve been together ever since, but while self-isolating, Offset did a livestream of him playing video games (thrilling, I know) and he got caught hiding his phone from Cardi, and people wondered what he’s hiding and if it rhymes with “tide bo”.
Cardi B is the type who appears on the cover of Vogue magazine and then appears in court that same month over a physical altercation involving strip club bartenders. Did you forget that Cardi B was charged for allegedly arranging a strip club beat down on a woman she thinks fucked Offset? Jade and Jade’s sister Baddie G continue to haunt Cardi (in more ways than one…) as she just had to appear in court for another brief hearing. And Cardi kept it casual for court because she wanted to impress the judge. Psyche! She wore her most ridiculous 10-foot-long coat because she wanted to laugh at the idea of going to court.