Cardi B confirms she’s pregnant during SNL appearance

Cape Town – Cardi B is expecting her first child with fiancé and Migos member Offset.

After weeks of speculation, the Bodak Yellow hitmaker confirmed she is indeed pregnant by showing off her growing belly during a performance on Saturday Night Live.

According to E! News, Cardi B hid her bump under a voluminous feathered dress for her first performance on the show.

She later changed into a tight-fitting white dress.

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Shortly after the show, SNL congratulated the 25-year-old on Twitter.

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In a video, taken and shared on Instagram by @brooklyn.johnny, Cardi B can be seen walking off stage applauding and yelling: “I’m finally free!”

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The confirmation comes after weeks of trying to keep the news under wraps.

In February, Cardi B shot down pregnancy rumours replying to a fan’s comment on a video she shared on Instagram.

The fan wrote: “Is there maybe a Kylie Jenner secret that we need to know about lol Just asking?”

Cardi B then responded, saying: “No bitch I'm just getting fat. Let me fat in peace, [sic]” 

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Cardi B took hiding her growing bump a step further on at the E11EVEN Miami club on Friday night, wearing a loose-fitting, billowy and ruffled pink and red metallic dress.

The outfit caused even more speculation of what has now been confirmed to be true.

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Offset, 26, already has three children from previous relationships.

He too denied the possibility of Cardi B being pregnant in February. The rapper told TMZ: “I’m already a father-of-three. I don’t know what you’re talking about. My kids [are] 2, 2 and 8. I don’t got no other possibilities.”

The rapper has since confirmed the news on Twitter and Instagram saying he and Cardi B are looking forward to their next chapter together.

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