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Cardi B surprised husband Offset with a giant check for $2 million at his birthday party this week. Offset's 30th Sneaker Birthday Ball was held at Sneakertopia LA in Los Angeles.

After Offset made it rain stacks of cash on the crowd, Cardi surprised him with the massive check.

Apparently, Offset's income was disrupted by the pandemic, but Cardi -- the breadwinner of the family -- is making up for his loss in revenue.

Earlier this week, Cardi B and Offset had a falling out over how to dress their infant son.


In a video shared on her Instagram Stories, Cardi shows Offset a mini fedora for their only son.

But Offset disagreed with her fashion choice. "Hell nah," the Migos rapper said. "I'm not putting that s—t on my son, man ... Have my boy looking like Ne-Yo!"

Ne-Yo is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter who is not known for his masculinity.

Offset also balked when Cardi showed him a cute baby outfit featuring red pants, a button-down Oxford shirt and suspenders.

"Ain't this cute?" the mom-of-two asked.

"Hell the f**k no!" the frustrated father-of-5 responded.

"This is cute. This is cute," Cardi pressed on. But offset wasn't having it.

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"Hell no! Man, bro, stop playing for real," Offset said, before adding that Cardi wanted to dress their son like Carlton Banks, the nerdish character played by actor Alfonso Ribeiro on '90s hit comedy TV series "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."


Cardi gave birth to her first son on September 4, 2021. She has not yet revealed her son's name. The hip-hop couple also share 3-year-old daughter Kulture Kiari Cephus.

Offset also has two sons, Jordan and Kody, and a daughter, Kalea Marie, from previous relationships.

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Ciara's four-year-old daughter Sienna Wilson models an oversized red blazer in her mom's new LITA clothing line.

In photos posted on Ciara's Instagram account, mom and daughter pose in the new ad for the line, which is an acronym for Love Is The Answer.

Ciara wears a black and white animal print coat, black boots and black leggings, while Sienna wears an oversized red blazer with oversized white tee and white socks with no shoes.

In the second snapshot, Sienna steals the spotlight, as she stands alone with the LITA by Ciara logo written across her image.

Question: What do you think about Ciara's clothing line? Would you purchase something from her line?

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Ciara and Russell Wilson put their children to work modeling Russell's new kid's clothing line.

The children - Sienna Princess, 4, and sons Future Zahir, 7, and Win Harrison, 11 months, modeled the clothing at the launch of dad's 3Brand line at Rookie USA Flagship.

The entire family walked the runway together. Ciara carried Win since he can't walk yet.

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Ciara shared a video on Instagram set to Frank Ocean's "Slide."

The clothing consists of warmups, jogging suits and t-shirts with motivational slogans on the front. The brand is distributed by Nike.

Russell explained the inspiration behind his clothing line. "I was fortunate enough to create this logo and be part of the process behind creating 3BRAND," he told Forbes. "The number 3 means so much to me. 3BRAND represents the mind, body, and soul. I live 3 things every day of my life – sports, music, and fashion. Ciara and I have three children, and it's my football number."

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Other celebrity children who walked the runway included Charly Martin V, son of former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Charly Martin; Brooklyn and Teagan Barber, daughters of former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber; and Kennedy Cruz, daughter of ex-NFL star Victor Cruz, according to PEOPLE.


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Many outraged Twitter users who don't even shop at H&M threatened to boycott their stores.

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