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16 Oct 2020

Offset gives Cardi B a $300,000 custom-made Rolls Royce SUV for her 28th birthday

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October 16, 2020 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Cardi B (Photo: JStone / Shutterstock)


By Florence Anthony

Exclusive!  After presenting his estranged wife Cardi B a $300,000 custom-made Rolls Royce SUV for her 28th birthday at Area 15 in Las Vegas on October 11, Offset is on a roll. The exes displayed PDA all evening, sparking rumors they may be getting back together. Now, on Friday, October 16 at 8 PM, the  Migos rapper is taking to the stage for his first solo performance in months. Powered by Nexus/AxisReplay, which does Virtual Esports, Concerts and more, Offset will also introduce new talent. This incredible xperience will be streamed from the CODA rooftop on the new Georgia Tech Building in Atlanta. Nexus put in special safety COVID-19 protective measures which will include the 50 invited guests being tested for Coronavirus upon entering the rooftop. They will also and be given high tech Anti-Viral Invisismart masks and individual bottles of hand sanitizing spray. With his personal life looking up, Offset is ready to take over the world!…….

According to People Magazine, the Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Cynthia Bailey and sportscaster Mike Hill got married on October 11 in a lavish ceremony at the Governors Towne Club in Atlanta, Georgia. Cynthia wore a gown by Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona accessorized with Badgley Mischka Shoes and a headpiece by Bridal Styles Boutique. The couple exchanged vows in front of 250 guests, including Cynthia’s reality show castmates Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore and former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille, who served as bridesmaids……

On Monday, Kanye West reportedly released his first campaign video ad for his ridiculous presidential bid- just three weeks before the election. A little more than a minute long, the spot features the musician speaking in front of a Black American Flag, as he talks about the country acting “on faith.” It’s not  clear whether the ad will be seen on television or only social media. West, who was once a diehard Donald Trump fan, has claimed his White House run is legitimate, but many political analysts say the entrepreneurial rapper is attempting to be a Biden-Harris spoiler…….

Gospel recording artist Charles Jerkins of the Grammy Award-winning Jerkins family of artists and producers just released a contemporary hymn for today’s times called “Help Them Out.” Co-written by Charles with nephew Fred Jerkins III, the message relates to what is happening in our world today, from the pandemic to social uprisings. The elder Mr. Jerkins’ soothing yet firm husky baritone voice resonates throughout “Help Them Out,” as he advises listeners to keep the faith during these challenging moments we are encountering…..

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