Cardi B and Offset Vacation in Puerto Rico Together Weeks After Split

Cardi B: I miss it…demolishing me! - Entertainment News

Cardi B just revealed during a live video that her encounter with Offset in Puerto Rico does not mean that they are back together.

Both had been sharing videos from their trip on their respective Instagram Stories, though they did not mention nor feature each other in their footage.

Their public reunion comes just two weeks after Cardi announced that she would be divorcing Offset but also just days before Christmas, and they could simply be spending time together for the sake of Kulture's first Khristmas.

"What type of professional shit is that?" she said before holding up the brochure of the jet ski company and warning her followers to avoid them.

On Friday, TMZ published photos of Cardi hanging onto Offset while he drove a jet ski.

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"I only got one birthday wish and that's to get my wife back Cardi". "I love you, whatever I got to do to show you". "I embarrassed you. I made you go insane".

"Just earlier, you just saw how Pete Davidson was talking about how he don't even want to be on this earth because mad people be coming at him every single day", Cardi said, referencing the comedian's concerning Instagram message. "For breaking your heart, for breaking our promise, for breaking God's promise and being a selfish, messed-up husband".

His gesture didn't seem to work as Cardi appeared irritated and responded to Offset at length off the microphone. Offset even took a microphone and apologized to Cardi, who paused her performance.

'Let me tell you something about the jet ski n-gga, right?' she said in the video.

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