Cardi B and Offset are back together again as seen on last night’s Grammy’s as they were hand-in-hand as the fierce femcee made history at the award’s show.
The journey of Cardi B is somewhat of a Cinderella story that we’d love to see played out in a documentary – and it very well could be. Offset released a first look trailer of behind-the-scenes footage of his life on tour with a surprising clip of Cardi pushing out baby Kulture, the Daily Mail reports.
While we don’t know yet if the documentary will heavily feature Cardi or just Offset or infuse both of their lives equally, it’s reportedly a promo for Offset’s upcoming album which is set to be released in a month.
And it’s definitely eye-opening to get a glimpse of the raptress giving birth surrounded by doctors and what appears to be friends and family. Offset however looks like he’s in shock in one shot, standing back as he gazes into the camera, eyes wide open.
But then it appears he is right there by Cardi’s side helping to give a hand to bring his little Kulture into the world.
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Cardi B overcome with emotion after Grammy win
What a whirlwind year this has been for Cardi B.
The Bronx-born beauty picked up her first-ever GRAMMY award on Sunday night when she won Best Rap Album for her debut, Invasion of Privacy. The win marks the first time a solo female artist has won in the category.
Cardi B was so overcome with emotion it took her a while to make it up to the stage, escorted by her husband, Offset. When it was time for her to deliver her acceptance speech, she was saying “I’m not ready,” before her hubby encouraged her to start talking. “I can’t breathe,” she said at first. “I’m sorry. I just…the nerves are so bad. Maybe I need to start smoking weed.”
Offset and Cardi married in September 2017. She gave birth to Kulture just seven months ago.
“When I found out I was pregnant, my album was not complete. I had like three songs that I was for sure having, and then, you know…You know how it was,” she said nervously during her acceptance speech. “We had to get this album done so we could shoot videos while I’m still not showing and it was very long nights.”
Maybe we’ll see more of that journey during the upcoming documentary. We’ll be waiting!