Sep 16, 2020
Cardi B Files For Divorce Following Cheating Rumors
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Rapper and vocal Joe Biden supporter Cardi B, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, has filed for divorce from her rapper husband Offset, real name Kiari Kendrell Cephus, following rumors of his persistent infidelity.
PEOPLE magazine reported Tuesday: “The ‘WAP’ rapper, 27, filed for divorce at an Atlanta courthouse on Tuesday, saying the marriage is ‘irretrievably broken’ and ‘there are no prospects for a reconciliation,’ reportedly after finding out the Migos rapper, 28, had been unfaithful yet again, PEOPLE confirms.The pair, who share 2-year-old daughter Kulture Kiari, is due in court Nov. 4.”
The report noted that the split comes amid rumors of Offset’s cheating, which have plagued the marriage from the beginning. Back in January 2018, Cardi B “outwardly confirmed” that her husband “was at the center of a sex tape cheating scandal after rumors of a video and alleged liaison with another woman surfaced in December 2017, three months after the couple had secretly tied the knot,” PEOPLE said.
“No, it’s not right for a n**** to cheat…But what you want me to do?” the 27-year-old posted to Twitter. “Go f*** me another n****? Start all over again and get cheated on again? This s*** happens to everyone and I be too, you too…People handle they relationship different so.”
Cardi B, a former stripper, has unabashedly promoted the objectification of women in hit songs like “WAP,” or “wet a** p****,” and publicly visited strip clubs with Offset.
The raunchy “WAP” song ironically includes a lyric where Cardi B brags about getting a “ring” solely based on her sexuality: “‘I don’t cook, I don’t clean/But let me tell you how I got this ring.”
Complex lauded the lyric for “dismantling” “gender stereotypes.”
“Gender stereotypes are dismantled in the very first verse, as Cardi sings, ‘I don’t cook, I don’t clean/But let me tell you how I got this ring,’ creating no space for the stereotypical submissive, stay-at-home wife figure,” the outlet gushed.
Apple Music also praised the song as empowering for women while promoting a round table event with Cardi and others artists.
“It’s no secret that women are making some of the most compelling rap music, but sexism and misogyny continues to pit them against each other and continues to keep many from getting their due,” a caption for the interview reads. “In the spirit of undoing that, Apple Music’s Nadeska Alexis sat down with Cardi B, Mulatto, Rubi Rose, and Sukihana—all of whom feature in Cardi and Megan Thee Stallion’s video for the flirty collaboration ‘WAP’ —for a roundtable tackling these issues head-on.”
“The women offer a glimpse into their experiences within the music industry, from sisterhood and camaraderie to the business side of things and double standards,” the caption adds. “But more importantly, this is just a space for some good ol’ fashioned girl talk.”
The duo have been married for three years.
Related: Candace Owens Says Ben Shapiro Right About ‘WAP.’ Cardi B Responds. Owens Wrecks Her.
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NBA Rumors: Klay Thompson Should Be Untouchable In Potential Giannis Antetokounmpo-To-Warriors Blockbuster
After finishing the season as a lottery team, the Golden State Warriors are highly expected to make moves that would enable them to immediately return to title contention next year. Aside from making sure that their core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green will be returning to their 100 percent health, there are speculations that the Warriors will be looking to add their fourth superstar in the 2020 offseason. In the past months, the Warriors have been heavily linked to numerous superstars who are set to be available on the trading block this fall, including reigning Defensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Bucks have already made it clear that they have no intention of moving Antetokounmpo in the 2020 offseason, but if they change their mind, the Warriors will be among the few teams that could make them an intriguing offer. They have Andrew Wiggins’ massive contract for salary-matching purposes and the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft and the Minnesota Timberwolves 2021 first-rounder to sweeten the deal. However, if the Bucks demand more assets and ask for the inclusion of Thompson in the package, Nathan Beighle of Fansided’s Blue Man Hoop believes that the Warriors should pass on the deal.
Despite what Antetokounmpo could bring in Golden State, Beighle thinks he’s not worth giving up the other half of the Splash Brother.
“With a plethora of suitors, the Warriors should toss an offer, but that offer shouldn’t include Thompson. It’s less about the basketball fit, although Thompson is the quintessential player to run with Curry, and more about the trust that Golden State has built. It’s a Kobe Bryant, Dirk Nowitzki-type feel. Thompson and Curry have won championships with the organization. They’ve both called the Bay Area home for almost a decade, and they’re trusted by the front office. Keeping Klay is just the right move, and it would showcase just how they reward those that stick with them through the tough times.”Ezra Shaw / Getty Images
Though he spent the entire 2019-20 NBA season recovering from an injury, Thompson remains one of the most important members of the Warriors’ roster. He’s one of the main reasons behind their success in the past years where they made five consecutive trips to the NBA Finals, won three championship titles, and established their own dynasty. If he quickly regains his All-Star form when he returns to the court, Thompson is expected to play a key role in Golden State’s quest for the Larry O’Brien Trophy next year.