American rapper Cardi B, who is expecting her second kid with husband Offset, recently shared an Instagram photo in which she showed off her baby bump belly.
As she sat on a large chair in a white skirt, the 28-year-old Grammy winner revealed the size of her expanding baby belly.
During a performance of "Type S" with Offset and his group Migos on June 27, Cardi B made her first public announcement of her pregnancy, emerging on stage in an embroidered Dolce & Gabbana body suit that exposed her growing tummy.
She also shared the news on Instagram, where she wrote "#2!" in the caption of a photo of her growing belly. The post went live at the same time as the show.
Cardi B is clearly pleased about her pregnancy, as evidenced by her incessant posting of updates to her social media accounts to her followers.
No one can deny that modern-day expectant mothers do not believe in the practice of concealing their baby bumps at all costs. Instead, they are following the latest social media, which is to flaunt their baby belly.
Cardi B's fans have expressed their delight at the news of her pregnancy by responding positively to her Instagram post regarding to the news.
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