WATCH | Cardi B shares a sweet video of her unborn baby's kicks

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Pregnant Cardi B has shared a sweet video showing her baby kicking inside of her belly.

The Bodak Yellow star, who confirmed she was expecting her second child after a surprise performance at the BET Awards on Sunday, posted a video of her unborn child moving around inside her stomach to her Instagram Stories. 

"Oh my God!" she exclaimed as her baby started kicking to music from a children's show. 

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The rapper stunned fans with her appearance at the BET Awards and showed off her baby bump during a performance with her husband Offset's group Migos. 

She later took to Instagram sharing stunning maternity photos, which she captioned with a beautiful message. 

"We listened to each other, communicated, prayed and then God blessed us and our family with another little blessing," the 28-year-old wrote alongside the photo of herself and Offset. "Our home feels so blissful and very busy, but we are ready and so happy!" 

 

Posing in photos with her two-year-old daughter Kulture, Cardi added: "I just know these two will love each other soo much and argue so much since they're three years apart... But one thing for sure is they'll have each other's back like no one else ever will."

Watch the video above for more. 

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