Cardi B Files to Divorce Offset, Wants Custody of Kulture

Cardi B Files for Divorce from Offset

Offset and Cardi B briefly split in 2018 before sparking reconciliation rumours in that December when they were spotted together in Puerto Rico, and later confirming speculation they had rekindled their romance when they attended the 2019 Grammy Awards together.

WELP, Cardi and Offet's far-from-perfect marriage might actually be a wrap (this time) after the superstar rapper filed for divorce from her dirty dog husband Offset who somehow lasted 3 years despite his very public peenanigans.

The rapper filed court docs in Georgia indicating she's seeking a dissolution of marriage. The filing states it's a contested divorce, which means the parties can not agree on one or more of the issues involved.

Cardi, who's real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, previously accused Offset of infidelity in 2018 just months after they secretly Wednesday. She filed the paperwork on Tuesday.

According to TMZ, she is seeking primary legal and physical custody of their 2-year-old daughter, Kulture. She also wants Offset to pay child support - unclear how much though at this point.

As for spousal support?

She also makes clear in her docs that they're now separated, and there's no hope of working things out.

The couple secretly married in 2017. Hollywood Unlocked was first to report the news.

"It indeed appears that Cardi B filed for divorce from Offset in Fulton County, Georgia earlier today". Eventually, Cardi did take him back.

Though it may come as a surprise to some, Cardi may have hinted at her divorce months ago.



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