Cardi B and Offset’s marriage has had it’s ups and downs – with allegations of the Migos rapper openly cheating on his hip hop superstar wife.
Well Media Take Out has learned that the couple’s marital issues are now ALL IN THE PAST … and the two are happier than ever. The recent passing of Offset’s cousin, and Migos band member Takeoff, has brought the two of them closer together.
We spoke EXCLUSIVELY with a personal friend of the couple who told us, “Cardi and Offset have never been closer. They realize how short life is, and they’re enjoying every moment of it.”
Before Takeoff’s untimely passing, there were rumors that Offset and Cardi were on the verge of another separation. Cardi filed for divorce against Offset once before, only to reconcile less than a year later.
The friend continued, “They’re soulmates. They love each other more than ever, and they’re going to allow their love to come through in their [future] music projects.”
Sometimes tragedies, like the passing of Takeoff, can serve to bring loved ones closer together.
Cardi B’s first studio album, Invasion of Privacy (2018), debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 With the album receiving critical acclaim, it made her the first and only woman to win the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album as a solo artist, and marked the second female rap album nominated for Album of the Year. It spawned two number-one singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 the lead single, “Bodak Yellow” made her become the second female rapper to top the Hot 100 with a solo song and the first to achieve a diamond-certified song by the RIAA. The fourth single, “I Like It”, marked the first time a female rapper attained multiple number-one songs on the Hot 100. Her third Hot 100 number-one was her feature on “Girls Like You” with band Maroon 5. It made her the only female rapper to achieve multiple diamond-certified songs by the RIAA.
She has since released two singles from her upcoming second studio album — “WAP” (2020) and “Up” (2021), both of which topped the Hot 100 and other charts worldwide. She holds various records among female rappers as she has the most number-one singles (five) on the Billboard Hot 100 and was the first and only female rapper to have multiple solo number ones. Additionally, she has the most songs with a billion streams on Spotify for a female rapper.
Her accolades include a Grammy Award, eight Billboard Music Awards, six Guinness World Records, six American Music Awards, 14 BET Hip Hop Awards, and two ASCAP Songwriter of the Year awards. In 2018, Time magazine included her on its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and in 2020, Billboard honored her as Woman of the Year. Outside of music, she became the creative director of entertainment magazine Playboy in 2022.