- Cardi B has filed for divorce from husband, Offset, and sources claim it is due to his infidelity
- According to reports, the WAP rapper filed documents in Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday, September 15
- The news comes as a shock to fans of the couple who have been married for three years
- The couple had broken up and reconciled at least twice since tying the knot in secret in 2017
Fans have expressed shock over the crash of Cardi B and Offset's marriage as the WAP rapper has now filed for divorce from the Migos member three years after they got married in a private ceremony.
Briefly.co.za learnt that according to TMZ, Cardi B filed documents in Superior Court, Fulton County, Georgia on Tuesday, September 15, under their real names, Belcalis Almanzar and Kiari Cephus, as part of a divorce petition.
The Bodak Yellow rapper who shares a 2-year-old daughter, Kulture, with the rapper, originally sought primary physical custody as well as legal custody.
However, new reports have claimed she is softening her approach to seek a joint custody agreement.
According to People, a source alleged that Offset's infidelity was the breaking point, claiming he had 'pretty much' cheated throughout the marriage.
According to TMZ, Cardi B is also seeking child support, although the exact amount is unclear.
The court documents state that 'there are no prospects for a reconciliation' and that the relationship is 'irretrievably broken.'
The news which has since gone viral online has caused quite a reaction among internet users. While some made light of the situation, others hailed the mother of one as they believe she had outgrown Offset and his cheating ways.
See some reactions below:
Meanwhile, Cardi B made history with her latest music single WAP which has been topping music charts all over the world since its release.
Just recently, the rapper took to her page on Twitter to attribute the success of the single with explicit lyrics to the power of Jesus Christ.
Cardi had responded to a fellow celebrity who pointed out that a lot of people thought her career was a rap after the success of Bodak Yellow.
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