Offset And Cardi B Have Unfollowed Migos
Offset and Cardi B have vaguely stopped following Migos. This led to breakup rumors among the Atlanta group.
According to Newsweek, Migos members broke up with Quavo and Takeoff by pulling off the chase. The story goes like this.
There was no statement from the group that they went their separate ways. This made their fans, who loved them, very worried. Quavo and Takeoff announced on Friday, May 20, that they will be releasing new music as a duo named Unc and Phew.
The project released a snippet called “Hotel Lobby” at the end of April. It’s no secret to Migos fans, but there’s no confirmation that Migos is well done as a trio. Let’s see what will be the end of this story.
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Cardi B Tweeted About The Shooting In New York
Bronx native Cardi B reacted to the shooting that killed 10 people in Buffalo, New York, on her death day.
Cardi tweeted, “Mass shooters are not mentally ill. They have a evil mentality.”
Cardi B’s comments came just after ten people were killed when one person opened fire at a grocery store in the city of Buffalo.
“Ten people were killed by a gunman dressed in body armor and armed with a high-powered rifle, while three others were wounded — two of them critically,” confirmed a police official at the scene.
Buffalo is located along the Canadian-US border.
Grammy Award-winning rapper Cardi debuts with Serena Williams in the latest episode of her original Facebook series.
This survival show featuring comedian Addison Crockett aired on May 12. In the new episode, we see Cardi with her “Wild Side” collaborator Normani. “I’m so scared! I don’t want the ball to hit me!” Cardi told Townsend.