Cardi B And Offset’s romance has been turbulent with the secret wedding, cheating scandal and the birth of a baby girl.
The “Bodak Yellow” rapper and the “Pure Water” singer tied the knot in September of 2017 following the first meeting on the field of Super Bowl LI in Houston in February of that year.
They announced they had been expecting babies in July of 2017 and welcomed their baby girl Kulture in July of 2018.
The couple’s relationship was tumultuous by the time videos surfaced that appeared reveal Offset being with women between December 2017 and January of 2018. While Cardi continued to be with her husband in the beginning, she revealed on December 18, 2018 they had broken up. “It’s not the fault of anyone else. We probably grew apart, but we’re not together any more,” she said in an Instagram video that she posted at the time. “I don’t know, it might take time to get a divorce and I’m going to always have a lot of love for him because he is my daughter’s father.”
A few months later she experienced changed her mind and reconnected to the Migos rapper.
In September 2020 DailyGossip revealed that “WAP” singer filed for divorce from her husband, after almost three years of marriage.
“Offset and Cardi both continue to put Kulture first through this troubling time,” sources close to the couple exclusively revealed to Us in the wake of the filing.
Scroll down for a look back Cardi and Offset’s rollercoaster romance:
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