Cardi B and Offset Celebrate Valentine’s Day Together In Miami Amid Split Speculation

BY JO Mensah February 16, 2024 1:44 PM EDT
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Rappers Cardi B and Offset were spotted together in Miami Beach on Valentine’s Day, fueling speculation about the status of their relationship.

The estranged couple arrived separately at Carbone restaurant before leaving together after midnight. Offset greeted fans while Cardi signed autographs, and they eventually drove off together.

While they initially tried to maintain some distance, their joint Valentine’s Day plans have raised questions about a potential reconciliation.

Cardi B and Offset’s split

Cardi B announced their split in December, but the duo has reunited for major holidays since then.

The couple, whose love affair has been under the public eye since their marriage in 2017, faced speculation of a breakup amid Offset denying allegations of infidelity involving Chrisean Rock.

The duo, who share two kids, Kulture and Wave, deepened rumours around them after they unfollowed each other online.

As the rumours swirled, Cardi B addressed her followers, asserting that she had “been single for a minute now.”

Off and On relationship

But after breakup, Cardi B and Offset have spent Christmas and other occasions together, including this Val’s Day.

The rapper even admitted to having slept with Offset on New Year’s Eve after they were spotted clubbing together.

A video on TMZ shows the couple’s outing with Cardi staying low-key by covering her face with her phone while leaving the restaurant.

She held her phone close to her face as she signed an autograph for a fan. She then moved into an SUV parked nearby with Offset in tow.

Cardi B on 2024 US elections

Meanwhile, Cardi B is displeased with the US government’s decisions on conflicts and it is going to affect her stance in the 2024 elections.

The rapper made it clear that she was stepping back from endorsing any candidate for the 2024 US elections.

The rapper expressed her disillusionment with political leaders, targeting New York Mayor Eric Adams and President Joe Biden.