Cardi B seems to be still be very much in love with her husband of four years, Offset of the band Migos.
On Tuesday the Bodak Yellow singer shared a saucy photo with her man to Instagram as she stuck her tongue out while straddling the musician to wish him a happy 30th birthday.
And the Hustlers actress added a very gushing caption as she said she was proud of the man Offset had become and was thrilled he was the father of their two children, daughter Kulture and a son whose name she has not yet shared.
My man: Cardi B on Tuesday the Bodak Yellow singer shared a saucy photo with her man to Instagram as she stuck her tongue out while straddling the musician to wish him a happy 30th birthday
Proud wifey: The note began: ‘Happy birthday to my huuuuusband, best friend and babydaaadddyyy.’ She then professed her love: ‘I love you so much and I’m so proud of you’
She also shared a video of him playing with their daughter and also holding their newborn son.
The note began: ‘Happy birthday to my huuuuusband, best friend and babydaaadddyyy.’
She then professed her love: ‘I love you so much and I’m so proud of you. We have overcome so much together. I love the man that you’re becoming and I love the father that you are.’
Cardi then thanked him for always being there for her and for being a great confidant and advisor, and for ‘never allowing me to sell myself short ❤️.’
The Bronx native said: ‘I’m so lucky to have you as a partner raising our beautiful kids.’
He has her back: Cardi then thanked him for always being there for her and for being a great confidant and advisor, and for ‘never allowing me to sell myself short ❤️’
She then touched on his career.
‘You have soo many projects and businesses that you are managing and leading yet you have helped me so much in this journey wit our two babies,’ said the WAP singer.
‘May life keep blessing you and you continue to thrive.’
She also said she was excited for the world to see what he has coming in the future.
He is a good daddy: The Bronx native said: ‘I’m so lucky to have you as a partner raising our beautiful kids’
Hands on: In this image he is seen holding Kulture as he looks lovingly at her
And the siren ended with: ‘I love you!! We turning up tonight and next week for your party.’
On Monday Cardi has teased that her new album will be released in 2022.
The ‘Up’ rapper has been tied up with becoming a mother-of-two and also has a new movie role in ‘Assisted Living’ to prepare for.
But she has reassured fans that her follow-up to 2018’s ‘Invasion of Privacy’ will be out next year.
His baby boy: Seen in the hospital after Cardi welcomed their second child, a son, this year
She told fans on Instagram Live this week: ‘It’s been a lot trying to balance out my new motherf****** life.
‘I have a lot of jobs now. I’m in a lot of positions that require a lot of my time, and on top of that, I gotta put out this album next year. Not only do I got to put out an album, but I gotta record a movie: I’ve got to do so much s***, y’all.’
Cardi – who revealed she gave birth to a son in September, a sibling to her and Migos star Offset’s three-year-old daughter Kulture – gave a major update in April, when she vowed to disappear for a ‘very long time’ to complete the record.
The ‘WAP’ hitmaker also explained how she stopped working on her hotly-anticipated second studio effort, due to the COVID-19 pandemic making her feel ‘discouraged’ and not being able to properly promote or tour it.
An A list pal: Cardi with Halle Berry at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards held at Barker Hangar on December 7, 2021 in Santa Monica, California
She said: ‘I feel like at this point, it’s like a timeline that I created. Because last year I was like: ‘I gotta put out my album this year.’ But, then I just stopped working on my album out of nowhere because I feel like the whole COVID thing discouraged me to put out my album. Because I want to put out an album, and I want to tour.
‘I don’t feel like if I do like, an album promo run and everything, like, there’s no feelings to it, me doing interviews with people through a computer. I want to meet up with people. I want to have a conversation. It’s a better vibe.’
The Grammy-winner also plans to host a series of album releases parties, which she couldn’t do with the coronavirus restrictions.
She said: ‘I love album release parties. I would love an album release party in New York. I could have one in Atlanta, but I want one also at home. And I want to see people. I shouldn’t fly out 50 of my friends just so they could be there in Atlanta and then somebody might catch COVID. No. So, it’s just something that I stopped, but then now that I keep putting out my singles, I keep saying like: ‘Damn. I have no choice but to put out my album this year.”