Rapper Cardi B was stunned in a tight orange dress the same night her husband Offset was involved in a police incident.
Cardi B caught the eye in a tight orange dress, which featured a bold split at the thigh. The “Bodak Yellow” singer shared the photo on Instagram on October 24, the same day that her 28-year-old husband Offset shocked fans by broadcasting live Beverly Hills police officers who pulled him out. Cardi captioned her stunning photo, “Sassy lil b *** h,” while she held a pink snake skin Hermes Birkin bag in her hands and posed beside a black $ 300k Rolls Royce.
The hitmaker “WAP” also combined her bright orange dress with matching strappy shoes, and pulled her black braids back in an up style. Later that night, she posted a video of her apparently riding in the same car as her husband. “Trump supporters are everywhere,” she says in the clip, before adding, “I’m scared … we’re going to be attacked.”
Her rapper husband – whose real name is Kiari Cephus – broadcast the incident live on her Instagram Live feed. Although he was not arrested or charged with any crime, he was handcuffed on the side of the street after a citizen claimed to have seen someone “shaking weapons” from his vehicle.
In the video, Offset is seen wearing a red baseball cap and talks to the police while sitting behind the wheel. He is then heard telling the police that he would not get out of the car because they “drew their guns”. Viewers who watched Instagram Live then heard him say, “I’m not going to take my hands off the wheel” before trying to identify himself, adding, “Do you know who I am? Away from the Migos. They are fans. That’s why they’re following me, bro. “
The police officer then tells the rapper that he was being arrested because someone allegedly saw guns being pulled from the car. “It has nothing to do with why we are here. They said you were pointing guns at people, ”she said. Offset then defends itself, saying: “You just watched someone hit my car with a flag. What are you talking about? “Adding:” You told me to raise my hands. I’m not doing this … [There are] 25,000 people on Live … You will be prosecuted publicly.