- The rapper has denied that her estranged husband is expecting another child with another woman
- According to a source close to Cardi B, there is no any other baby and the rapper is focused on her two-year-old daughter
- From the court documents, the WAP hitmaker does not want any child or spousal support from Offset
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WAP hitmaker Cardi B has been making headlines since news of her divorce with Offset went viral.
Cardi B has strongly come out to defend her estranged husband after rumours went around that he made another woman pregnant.
A source close to the couple told Page Six that Offset is not expecting any baby terming the rumours going around as false.
According to the insider, Cardi B is thinking about her daughter Kulture and only wants everything settled amicably.
"There is no other child. No baby is on the way. That rumour is super false. Cardi is thinking of her child and wants everything to be amicable," said the source.
According to the news site, Cardi went to court to have the documents amended as she wants them to have joint custody and to co-parent.
Initially, the documents read that rapper wanted primary custody which was not what she wanted.
According to the insider, the mother of one does not want any spousal support or child support.
Earlier in the week, Cardi filed for divorce from her three years hubby Offset on Tuesday, September 14.
According to a report by E! News, Cardi and her legal team said the marriage is already broken and there is no probability of reconciliation.
Cardi B, who was born as Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, married the Migos singer Offset born as Kiari Cepheus, in a secret ceremony in September 2017.
The 27-year-old rapper and her 28-year-old hubby have a two-year-old daughter Kulture.
According to reports, a divorce hearing has been set for November 4, 2020 In 2018, the singers' marriage was put in trial and Cardi B posted on her Instagram account that they were not together only to make up later.
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