‘We are so overjoyed’: Cardi B gives birth to second child with Migos star Offset

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Cardi B has given birth to her second child with husband rapper Offset, who she filed to divorce from a year ago.

The WAP rapper revealed the news on Instagram, with a picture of her newborn son wrapped in a blue blanket.

Partner Offset, who is part of the group Migos, is pictured looking at their new little bundle of joy while Cardi B is adorned in a Louis Vuitton blanket.

The post was captioned “9/4/21”, alongside blue love heart, dinosaur and teddy bear emojis.

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Cardi B and Offset – who has three children from previous relationships – married in 2017 and are already parents to Kulture, three.

They said: “We are so overjoyed to finally meet our son. He is already loved so much by family and friends and we can’t wait to introduce him to his other siblings.”

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Cardi B revealed she was expecting while on stage at the BET Awards in June while performing with her husband.

It was the second time she used a TV appearance to announce a pregnancy, after revealing she was expecting her first child during her performance on Saturday Night Live in April 2018.

Offset and Cardi B started dating in 2017 and got married in the same year – but their relationship was plagued by reports of his cheating.

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Offset climbed on stage in 2018 at Rolling Loud to ask for Cardi B’s forgiveness.

However, it wasn’t enough, and Cardi B filed for divorce in September last year, saying they had been living in a “bona fide state of separation” and that their marriage is “irretrievably broken”.

The pair are now back together.

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