Cardi B to amend divorce docs, wants amicable co-parenting with Offset

New documents reveal Cardi B's desire to co-parent with her soon-to-be ex-husband Offset

As Cardi B celebrates another hit record, her personal life is also hitting a milestone as her petition to divorce Offset became public knowledge.

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According to TMZ, the divorce documents have been amended with an update to the “Bodak Yellow” rapper’s parental desires. The entertainment outlet reports that Cardi B was unaware her lawyer initially requested full custody and that the parents of 2-year-old Kulture hope to come to an agreement.

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Cardi B and Offset perform onstage during the Power 105.1’S Powerhouse 2019 presented by AT

TMZ sources reportedly revealed she wants Offset to have joint custody and is hopeful for a peaceful co-parenting situation. The divorce documents have allegedly been updated to mirror these sentiments. The first reported divorce papers also state the WAP rapper is seeking child support however TMZ claims this to be untrue. According to TMZ the Bronx-bred artist “reiterates Miher desire for an amicable resolution.”

theGrio initially reported the divorce filing between the rappers, whose legal names are Belcalis Almanzar and  Kiari Cephus are due in court Nov. 4.

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The ups-and-downs faced by the couple were no secret. Offset has fought to keep their marriage going through numerous cheating allegations. The Migos member even showed-up during his future ex-wife’s 2018 Rolling Loud performances publicly asking her to take him back.

Video footage of Offset’s apology was shared by media outlet Complex.

Months later, the two were together at the 2019 Grammy Awards when Cardi B took home the Best Rap Album award for Invasion of Privacy. The couple seemed to be on a road to recovery, but now a divorce appears to be imminent.

In the article that accompanies Cardi’s Elle magazine for the September 2020 issue, she explained how the chaotic romance influenced her upcoming album.

“My music is always going to make a woman feel like a bad bitch. When you make a woman feel like she’s the baddest bitch in the room, to me, that’s female empowerment,” she said to Elle. “But this album is going to be really different. Of course, it’s going to have my Lemonade moments, my personal relationship moments.”

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