Cardi B reveals her growing baby bump as she strikes a pose with Offset for the cover of a magazine
Cardi B and Offset flaunt her pregnancy together on the Rolling Stone cover, where the couple revealed the baby bump adorned in beautiful body art.
Cardi B (Belcalis Almanzar ) surprised fans by revealing her cover photo for Rolling Stone magazine's upcoming issue, on Friday evening, June 15. The rapper put on a dramatic blonde wig, and her baby bump seemed to stand out with some good body art. She stood alongside her fiancee Offset, who is seen planting a kiss on her swollen belly.
Cardi B took it in her own hands and posted the picture on Instagram, although the magazine has not yet released the cover issue. Her caption read, "I guess it was too much to ask to wait until the official July release of our @rollingstone cover...This cover is so special to me and means so much! ... My daughter made it to the Rollin Stone cover!"
According to the MetroUK, Cardi B had confirmed her pregnancy after several weeks of speculation, when she had appeared on the Saturday Night Live show in April. Her bump was then showcased in a tight white dress. When the 'Be Careful' singer went on to perform at Coachella, she removed her slot from the Wireless Festival, as it would coincide with the London Festival.
The couple is expecting a baby girl as their first child. However, Offset (Kiari Kendrell Cephus) is already a father to two sons (Jordan and Kody) and one daughter (Kalea Marie) from his previous relationships.
This will be the second time that Cardi B and Offset are making it to the cover of Rolling Stone. Cardi B had previously locked the cover page in October 2017 issue and Offset was seen with the rest of the Migos on the February 2018 issue. However, MTV claims that this is the cover debut of the yet unborn Baby Bardi, who's reportedly due this summer.
The 'Boday Yellow' singer was recently criticized by her fans for being spotted smoking at a nightclub while she was pregnant. She responded by saying, "SINCE YA CARE AND ARE SO CONCERN about my baby … Hit me in my DM for my registry and send me some [Pampers] and baby formula … Don’t just comment like you care about my baby show it!! SEND THEM PAMPERS! … Don’t drama that causes stress harm babies more than anything?"
Nevertheless, Cardi B seems to be on a roll with the cover issue of Rolling Stone which is due to hit the newsstands on July 2. By then, her daughter might already arrive and with her upcoming nuptials, and 'I Like It' heating up the charts, Cardi B's vehicle isn't halting anytime soon.