Cardi B announces wedding plans with fellow rapper Offset
American rapper Cardi B has announced plans to have a wedding ceremony five years after officially marrying fellow rapper Offset.
The couple secretly got married on September 20, 2017, but it was only after much speculation on social media by their fans that Cardi B confirmed the rumours in June 2018.
On their first year anniversary, Cardi B shared a picture of the secret event in which she donned a white tracksuit and held onto her husband’s hand.
However, the Clout hitmaker has announced her plans for a wedding ceremony as the marriage clocked five years on Monday, September 19, 2022.
“5 years married, its time for my wedding,” the singer wrote on her Twitter page.
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While the couple is undeniably one of the most admired celebrity couples worldwide, their union has witnessed several storms in the public scene.
Offset’s infidelity become public, just months after their wedding in 2017. The couple broke up in December 2018 but reconciled in January 2019 after public pleas by Offset.
In September 2020, Cardi B filed for divorce. Citing reasons for their split, Cardi B debunked rumours of Offset cheating again and explained that they were simply no longer “seeing things eye to eye”.
The couple however reconciled again in November of the same year. Offset and Cardi are parents to two kids, four-year-old Kulture and one-year-old Wave.
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Last week, Cardi B pleaded guilty to assault charges related to a fight at a New York strip club in 2018. The rapper was set to go to trial last week but accepted a plea deal that avoids prison time.
It results in her being charged with third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment while 10 other charges were dismissed.
According to the Guardian, Cardi B was sentenced to 15 days of community service and has been ordered to stay away from the women who were involved for three years while also paying their court fees.
“No one is above the law,” the Queens district attorney, Melinda Katz, said after the sentencing.
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