Cardi B screams in agony while giving birth to Kulture in delivery room in new footage shared by husband Offset


Cardi B gave birth to their girl, Kulture, in July 2018.


And Offset, Cardi’s husband and father to the seven-month-old, shared a clip of the 26-year-old Grammy award-winning rapper giving birth as a part of a trailer for an upcoming documentary.

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The social media post additionally announced a brand new album hitting airwaves in less than a month, however whether or not it’s from Migos or Offset remains to be seen.

The trailer for the coming documentary shows Migos on tour, within the studio, and going about their daily lives.

Then, at the end, it shows unreleased video of Cardi in labor and surrounded by folks in the hospital, together with her support team.

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This Instagram post announced that the album from either Migos or Offset would be arriving on February 22, and that a documentary would be arriving the same day.

Migos last released Culture II, the follow-up to their breakout sophomore effort Culture, in January 2018.

Offset was expected to release his first solo album back in December, but it never happened.

His is LP is expected to make its debut ahead of the Culture III release, but exactly when still remains in question.

Cardi and Offset got married in September 2017, during a private ceremony in their bedroom, and she gave birth to their daughter just seven months ago.

However, the Invasion of Privacy rapper announced that the couple had broken up in early December.

Offset then turned up at her set at the Rolling Loud festival in Los Angeles, along with a huge ‘Take Me Back Cardi’ sign made out of white and red roses, but although she rejected his apology, he still thought it was the right thing to do.

Offset was by his wife’s side, however, as she took home the award for Best Rap Album at the Grammy Awards.

It was the Bodak Yellow rapper’s first Grammy and she made history as the first woman to win best rap album.

The Migos man held her hand as she spoke.

She is just the fifth woman ever nominated in the category that was created in 1995.


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