Cardi B reveals “bloody” wedding plans: “Everybody got to be wearing red”

“The world is not ready for it,” Cardi B boasted in regards to her upcoming nuptials with bae, Offset.

AOWWWWW…

Though she don’t gotta dance, it’s safe to assume the Bronx bred “Bodak Yellow” boomer will be booty-bouncing her beefed-up behind down the aisle as she officially becomes Mrs. “Bad And Boujee” to her 25-year-old Migos rapping boo…

And while chopping i️t up with Vulture, Cardi spilled guts on the just how extravagantly out of-pocket her forthcoming espousal will be…

“Everybody got to be wearing red, “the former Love And Hip-Hop New York starring baddie served. “And my bridesmaids are gonna be wearing suits, what’s good.”

The “bloody shoes” loving bride-to-be’s decision to highlight red as decorative feature in her wedding comes on the heels of accusations she’s affiliated with the Bloods—it’s been suspected her lyric “These is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes,” and the way she playfully substitutes the letter “C” with the letter “B” in words might be gang related. However, there’s been no publicized evidence proving those assertions.

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While gushing over her proposal, Cardi—who, in October, agreed to be Offset’s wife in front of over 19,000 Hip-Hop heads in attendance the PowerHouse concert in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center—proudly revealed what she immediately wanted to do after accepting the $500K engagement ring from her “Versace” rhyming boyfriend of only eight months.

“The way I wanted to celebrate was just get real drunk and make love,” she shared. “And we haven’t even had sex after I got my ring!”

GIIIRRRRRLLLLL…

Cardi—who was previously engaged to her incarcerated ex-boyfriend, Tommy—went on to confess her initial disinterest in being courted by Offset, due to his profession.

“Tell him I️ don’t date rappers,” was admittedly the stripper-turned-history making emcee’s response after Set direct messaged a mutual friend demanding, “I want Cardi.”

As luck would have it, the predestined Hip-Hop honeys later connected at a party…and have been inseparable ever since.

As previously reported on Cheekywiki, Love and Hip-Hop creator, Mona Scott Young, recently confirmed developments for a Cardi and Offset wedding special—expected to be a multi-million dollar affair—are already underway.

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By: Asia Grace

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