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Offset has asked a judge to give his 4-year-old daughter Kalea, his surname in his ongoing paternity case with one of his baby mamas.

The 28-year-old Sagittarius is pictured above with his wife, Cardi B, their daughter, Kulture, and his daughter, Kalea.

The Migos rapper, real name Kiari Cephus, filed legal papers, obtained by TMZ, in a Fulton County, Georgia courtroom, requesting that his daughter take his last name Cephus.

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Offset acknowledges he's the biological father of Kalea, who was born in 2015 to Nicole Marie Algarin. However, the single mom named the girl Kalea Marie Algarin, which does not sit well with the star, who wants his daughter's last name changed to his.

He is also requesting joint legal and physical custody of their daughter.

The move comes after Nicole, who goes by the stage name Shya L'amour, filed papers last October asking for more child support from the millionaire rapper.

Offset claims he is already paying enough support and says both parties should be financially responsible for their daughter.

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Kalea is Offset's fourth kid - he has two sons, Jordan and Kody, from previous relationships.

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Rappers Cardi B and Offset shared a passionate kiss as they celebrated Father's Day with their entire families at Tao restaurant in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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While Cardi celebrated with her gente at the family dinner, Offset snuck off to purchase a few bouquets of flowers to present to his wife, Cardi B.

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Her reaction was priceless as her baby daughter Kulture presented her mommy with a single rose.

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The family was celebrating two special occasions, Father’s Day and a birthday for one of Cardi B's younger family members.

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Love and bliss was in the air as family man Offset flew in his other children by multiple baby mamas to celebrate the special day with their dad.

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Cardi B took her 2-year-old daughter Kulture to attend Teyana Taylor's exclusive album listening party for her new album entitled The Album.
 

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Cardi looked chic as she sported a custom canary yellow hazmat suit created for Teyana’s guests. Cardi's husband Offset arrived later and the three enjoyed their time with Teyana's family and friends who attended the listening party.
 

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Cardi dressed Kulture in a Pride jumper. The toddler nodded off early since she was up past her bedtime. Offset embraced his sleeping daughter and smiled for the camera. The guests wore custom hazmat suits and custom face masks during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
 

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Other party guests included NBA Lakers star Kyle Kuzma and his girlfriend, model Winnie Harlow.
 

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Karruche Tran attended the party with a mystery man. Last we heard, she's dating Victor Cruz.
 

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Migos rapper Quavo Huncho complimented his longtime girlfriend Saweetie in a recent interview.

Quavo, real name Quavious Marshall, seemed to uplift his rapper girlfriend while dragging bandmate Offset's wife, Cardi B.

Quavo hinted that Cardi's stripper past doesn't make her as wholesome as his girl. He noted that Saweetie, real name Diamonte Harper, is a good, clean, wholesome college grad who never worked the pole.

The proud rap artist told Page Six: "I think [Saweetie]'s bringing something very special to the game. She speaks for the pretty college girls that are taking the regular route. You don't have to be a stripper, you don't have to be a bartender, you don't have to take the Instagram model route."

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He added: "I feel like she's speaking for those nice, clean teenage girls who listen to their parents and go to school."

Saweetie is best known for her debut single, "Icy Girl" and her raunchy 2x platinum 2019 single "My Type."

The 26-year-old college graduate is mixed with Filipino and Black.

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Cardi B spoke out about the riots and looting in Minneapolis, Minnesota in response to the murder of George Floyd in police custody.

Floyd, 46, was strangled to death by an ex-Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on his neck for nearly 8 minutes while Floyd repeatedly said he couldn't breathe.

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Derek Chauvin, the cop who kneeled on Floyd's neck, and three other police officers were fired from the police force a day after Floyd died. But that wasn't enough for Floyd's family, who demanded arrests.

Riots rocked south Minneapolis, as hundreds of protesters threw rocks, bottles and empty tear gas canisters at police wearing riot gear.

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Images and videos of rioting, arson and looting blanketed social media on Wednesday and Thursday.

Rapper Cardi B said the protesters had no choice but to riot since their demands have not been met and no arrests have been made.

"They looting in Minnesota and as much as I don't like this type of violence it is what it is," she tweeted on Wednesday. "Too much peaceful marches, too much trending hashtags, and NO SOLUTIONS! The people are left with NO CHOICE."

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Cardi B vented her anger and frustration at young voters on social media after presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders announced he was dropping out of the race on Wednesday, April 8.

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper lashed out at her social media followers who didn't show up at the polls to support her candidate.

The hitmaker took it personally and said she was "very upset with everybody", noting that the overwhelming support Sanders received online did not match the results at the polls.

"I see a lot of young people on the Internet always lying ... y'all motherf**kers, y'all young motherf**kers," she said. "Y'all wasn't voting, y'all wasn't voting, what the f**k was up with that?"

Cardi said the people who do vote are older and focused on different issues, such as border security, illegal immigration, and men in women's restrooms.

"Those are the people that are voting! Those are the people that are voting and because of that, that means Bernie is out of the motherf**king race!" Cardi screamed.

The mom-of-one met with Sanders on several occasions throughout the course of his campaign, and he even supported her desire to go into politics herself.

"Cardi B is deeply concerned about what's happening in the country," Sanders told TMZ. "She knows what it’s like to live in poverty and struggle, and it would be great for her to bring that experience to politics."

Sanders' withdrawal leaves former Vice President Joe Biden as the apparent Democratic nominee in the 2020 U.S. presidential election which will take place in November.

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Rapper Cardi B admitted herself to a hospital on Wednesday, after suffering "real bad stomach problems for four days."

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper shared a Twitter picture of her hospital wristband and wrote that she had admitted herself after suffering abdominal pains.

"Honestly, cause I been having some real bad stomach problems for four days, I went to the ER last night," she penned, alongside a crying face emoji.

Stomach pains can be caused by a multitude of conditions such as indigestion, infections, and diseases such as cancer and pelvic inflammatory disease, also known as pelvic inflammatory disorder (PID).

What is pelvic inflammatory disease?

Pelvic inflammatory disorder is an infection of the female reproductive system, mainly the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.

Women usually seek medical treatment when they suffer symptoms including lower abdominal pain, foul vaginal discharge, fever, burning with urination, painful intercourse, bleeding after sex, or irregular menstruation.

Cardi didn't share her diagnosis with her followers, so we don't know the cause of her abdominal pain. We are not assuming she is diagnosed with PID.

Untreated PID can result in longterm complications of the female reproductive system including infertility, scarring, ectopic pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, and cancer.

What causes PID?

The disease is caused by bacteria that spreads from the vagina and cervix to the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. The disorder usually affects promiscuous women who have multiple sex partners or one sex partner who is burning.

40 percent of women diagnosed with PID also have a chlamydial infection or gonorrhea. Women who douche frequently can inadvertently push bacteria into their upper reproductive organs.

How is PID diagnosed?

PID is diagnosed during a pelvic examination, cervical observation, laparoscopy, or tissue biopsy. A definitive diagnosis of PID is made when pus is found in the fallopian tubes during surgery or during ultrasound.

How can I prevent PID?

Your doctor will advise no sex until the infection is resolved. If you are a sex worker, you will be advised to use protection such as condoms or barrier methods. You should also get tested regularly for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Seek medical attention if you are experiencing symptoms of PID.
 

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Cardi B wasn't seriously planning to start a campaign to free incarcerated Tiger King star Joe Exotic.

Joe is the subject of the Netflix series, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. The show follows the exploits of Joe, an eccentric tiger breeder, who ran a popular illegal zoo in Oklahoma.

While fans have taken to social media to rave about the show, rapper Cardi B took to Twitter to express her love and support for Joe after authorities sentenced him to time in prison for plotting to kill an animal rights activist and other wildlife violations.

"Bout to star [sic] a gofundme account for Joe .He shall be free," she wrote.

As the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker's comments went viral online, she returned to the site to set the record straight, insisting, "Omg... I was just playing".

"I do love him tho and he deff needed better representation .oooooooooooooooooo here Kitty Kitty [sic]," she said.

Cardi's clarification comes after TMZ published a story revealing she wouldn't be allowed to start a campaign on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe, because the organization doesn't allow campaigns for convicted criminals.

GoFundMe pulled an account with Cardi's name attached to it and refunded the $100 it raised. TMZ added the account was not related to Cardi.

A representative from GoFundMe clarified the campaign was removed as money cannot be raised to fund the defense of inmates convicted of violent crimes.
 

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Experts say the coronavirus can live under long false nails for days and they warn women to cut their nails to avoid getting sick or spreading the virus to vulnerable people.

Rapper Cardi B (pictured) is among the celebrities who wear impossibly long false nails that are unhealthy and filthy according to experts.

Dr. Elisabeth Dancey, a British beauty and aesthetics expert, told the DailyMail.com that germs easily hide under fingernails that come in contact with the face.

She says if you can't feel your fingers, then your nails are too long.

"Long nails, nail varnish and nail extensions have always been a no-no for anybody who needs spotlessly clean hands; nurses, doctors, therapists, cooks, mothers and carers."

She said germs such as fungi, bacteria and viruses can easily hide underneath the nail space and easily be transmitted to whatever you touch.

"Doctors know this and rigorously scrub under their nails before donning gloves and performing surgery with a sterile brush and sanitizing solution. We should now follow their example."

She noted it is impossible to properly wash your hands if your nails are long.

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Cardi B is calling out celebrities for "causing confusion" by going public with their positive coronavirus diagnoses with no symptoms.

The 27-year-old rapper took to Instagram Live on Tuesday to question why celebrities and athletes are being tested for the virus if they have no symptoms.

"I wanna let these celebrities know, the confusion that the general public has, if a celebrity is saying I don't have no symptoms... but I went and got tested and I got positive, that causes confusion. That makes people be like 'wait a minute, I went out... I might just have it. I'm scared!"

Cardi claimed celebrities are paying $34,000 for private testing, which is not available to the general public.

"The coronavirus is very much real. First things first," she continued.

"A lot of celebrities, you have the luxury to pay $34,000, or whatever the f**k it costs to get tested and treated. A lot of these people don't f**king have that money. Some people don't even have enough to f**king afford healthcare. And I feel like all this s**t, for coronavirus treatments, for testing, I feel like the government should take that s**t, charge that s**t to the game, and not charge people for it."

And while the United States is currently offering tests to older people in their 40s to 60s who have flu-like symptoms, they have to wait four days for the results.

"If you are positive for coronavirus they will tell you to quarantine in your home and come back if your fever goes 100 and some s**t degrees. I don't feel like that's right," the "Bodak Yellow" rapper added.

Cardi has been sharing her thoughts on the flu-like pandemic on her social media pages. She recorded a gimmick song about the virus that went viral.

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Cardi B wants answers about the U.S. government's overreaction to the coronavirus pandemic as at least 5 states are on lockdown.

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper hasn't been shy about voicing her views and, on Saturday night, the 27-year-old took to Instagram to question why NBA superstars who tested positive say they feel fine and have no symptoms.

The mother-of-one was confused about who should get tested if every celebrity and athlete who has tested positive had no symptoms.

"Let's say that I have the coronavirus right now, ok? How am I supposed to know I got it!? Because sometimes I be like, 'If you have a cough you have it," she continued. "But then I be seeing these basketball players who say, like, 'Yeah, I have the coronavirus, but I don't got no symptoms'.

"So, how the f**k am I supposed to know when I am supposed to, like, get tested for it?", she concluded. "That's my problem right there. Y'all ain't really saying what it is! Tell me what it is and what it ain't!"

In a similar broadcast earlier in the week, the "Kream" star confessed she was "losing my f**king mind" as she begged for answers from the government about the pandemic.

The rapper is among those who question the government's overreaction to the virus that kills only 1% of those infected. Many Americans are on the unemployment line due to state lockdown orders as half the country is on quarantine.

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Cardi B and her closest competitor, Doja Cat, fell out and are no longer on speaking terms, according to multiple reports.

Apparently, Doja has surpassed Cardi in terms of popularity. Industry insiders say Doja -- who is all natural -- is easier to market than Cardi. The reason? Well, look at Cardi - now look at Doja.

Cardi has had difficulty matching the success of her summer banger "Bodak Yellow." Rap fans are fickle. They want new music in a timely manner. They will abandon a lazy artist and hop on the next big thing if they don't get what they want.

That "next big thing" is Doja Cat.
 

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Doja has already surpassed Cardi on Spotify and has the second highest monthly listeners with 29 million among female rappers.

Nicki Minaj remains the most popular female rapper on the platform with 49 million monthly listeners.

Cardi couldn't take the heat so she unfollowed Doja on social media.

A source told MTO News, "Cardi is a jealous person. Doja has nothing but love in her heart for Cardi. [Cardi] should work through her jealousy and come join this movement."
 

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Cardi B's alleged attack on two sisters who were bartenders at Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York in 2018 was orchestrated by her bestie Star Brim, feds say.

On Tuesday, federal prosecutors charged Brim with racketeering and illegal gang activities for allegedly heading a notorious NY street gang.

Feds reportedly gave Brim, who is 9 months pregnant, one month to turn herself in after giving birth. The baby is due this month (Feb).

The first-time mom proudly posed with her baby daddy, an alleged Crips gang member, at her baby shower last month.

Brim captioned an Instagram image: "THE PARENTS... HAVEN'T PARTIED FOR 8 MONTHS HAD TO TURN UP".
 

Also attending the baby shower was her bestie Cardi B, actress LaLa Anthony, and rapper Pop Smoke, who was killed in a home invasion early Wednesday in California.

According to the New York Post's gossip column Page Six, the rapper's best friend ordered the 5-9 Brims gang members to target two sisters and deliver a savage beatdown without killing them.

After a gang member sent her video of the first assault on the sisters, Brim, whose real name is Yonette Respass, didn't think the first assault was "vicious" enough, court documents claim. So she ordered gang members to attack the women again.

Prosecutors unsealed federal indictments against the "Bodak Yellow" rapper's alleged "muscle" Jeffrey Bush, 35, and her close pal Brim, 28, on racketeering conspiracy charges for their alleged involvement with the 5-9 Brims, a chapter of the notorious Bloods gang.

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Brim, who is allegedly the gangs' 'godmother' or highest-ranking female member, apparently ordered a beatdown on the sisters for showing disrespect to Cardi, prosecutors allege.

One of the sisters was accused of sleeping with Cardi's promiscuous husband, rapper Offset of Migos. Brim (left) and Cardi are pictured at a Queens, NY courthouse, where Cardi faces trial on assault charges.

"I want hands put on them. I don't even want no talking," Brim ordered the gang, according to court papers.

Bush and three other female gang members then arrived at the Angels strip club on August 15, where they grabbed one of the bartenders by the hair, dragged her across the bar and punched her in the head.

Bush recorded the entire incident on his cell phone and sent the footage to Brim, who was doing time in prison for assault.

 

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"Dissatisfied with the first attack, defendant Respass continued communicating with other enterprise members about the assault, and discussed whether the assault was vicious enough or if 5-9 Brims needed to attack the victim again," a detention memo alleges.
 

Bush and Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almanzar, still have assault charges pending against them in Queens Supreme Court for the second incident. Cardi, who was present but did not participate in the assaults, has pleaded not guilty on the assault charges.

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Cardi B's bestie Star Brim is heading back to prison. She was indicted by the federal government on RICO charges for being "Godmother" of the 59 Brims street gang.

Lead prosecutor Geoffrey S. Berman, who also collared rapper Tekashi69 and the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, set his sights on Brim before she was released from prison last year.

Brim, who was born Yonette Respass, was named in the federal indictment announced by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York on Tuesday.

Prosecutors charged Brim and 10 other alleged 59 Brims Gang members on RICO counts and conspiracy to commit assault in-aid-of racketeering, in addition to other violence and illegal activity between January 2012 and December 2019.

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The feds say Brim orchestrated the attack against two female bartenders at a NY strip club because they "disrespected" Cardi B.

Brim, who was behind bars at the time, allegedly ordered her subordinates to attack the women without murdering them. According to the indictment, Brim ordered her underlings to touch the 2 women with extreme violence.

"I want hands put on them," Brim reportedly told gang members. "I don't even want no talking."

In August, members of the 59 Brims gang, who are affiliated with the Bloods, arrived at the Angels strip club to confront the two sisters who worked as bartenders there. One of the sisters was accused of sleeping with Cardi's husband, rapper Offset of Migos.

Though Cardi did not physically participate in the attack, police say she watched it go down, as her crew threw chairs and bottles at the sisters, who sustained serious facial and head injuries.

Surveillance footage from inside the bar shows co-defendant Jeffrey Bush filming the attack on his cell phone.

A woman standing next to Bush ordered a drink from the intended target, who was asked to lean closer. The woman then grabbed the victim by her hair and dragged her over the bar while beating her in the head with a bottle.

Bush filmed the entire assault and sent the footage to Brim in prison. After reviewing the video, Brim decided the violence was not vicious enough, according to the indictment.

The defendants were then ordered to carry out a second assault on the sisters about two weeks later at Angels strip club. Cardi was in the house for the second assault as well.

The sisters were fired by the strip club's management after the two incidents. The women later sued the club's owner.

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Cardi was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment in the strip club attack in the summer of 2019.

Cardi, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, is seen above arriving at the courthouse with Brim by her side.

Brim's gang is also accused of murdering members of a rival gang, Real Ryte, conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances, and unlawful use of firearms for drug trafficking purposes.

Cardi and Brim were friends before she skyrocketed to hip-hop fame with her summer anthem "Bodak Yellow."

Brim, who is currently pregnant, is negotiating the terms of her surrender. If convicted, she faces up to 50 years in federal prison.

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Cardi B says she is happy that her daughter Kulture met "rich friends" at Kylie Jenner's daughter's birthday party.

Kulture, 18 months, was one of the moneyed guests at the lavish bash held in honor of Stormi's second birthday.

While the "Money" rapper and her husband, Offset, attended the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday, Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina and Kulture attended Stormi's birthday.

Cardi took to social media to share her daughter's experience spending time with the rich and famous.

"Kulture making some rich friends and eating all the food at #stormiworld," she said alongside videos of Kulture and Hennessy Carolina at the party.

"Im so happy my baby enjoyed herself!" Cardi continued, before adding a special message to the party girl: "Happy Birthday beautiful Stormi !Keep glowing and growing."