However, Love & Hip-Hop producer Mona Scott-Young is confident Cardi will stick with VH1.
Cardi B and Offset have been engaged for under 48 hours, but TV networks are already thinking about the wedding. It all started with a perfect title from Twitter user @hlalalamsaveni, who wrote "Offset and Cardi B just got engaged. On God, if they don't have a tv special for the wedding and call it "Never Let Migo", Ima be pissed."
After The Shade Room put a screencap of the tweet up on Instagram, BET's account commented on the post, tagging Cardi B and Offset and suggesting "#WeGotYou when you ready!" The network aired Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir's wedding earlier this month.
However, BET is not the only interested party. Monami Entertainment CEO and Love & Hip Hop producer Mona Scott-Young also commented on the post, suggesting that VH1 will be taking care of the wedding. "Love ya @BET but #WeGotThisJudging #AnotherCheckFromMonaScott @VH1 #4eva," she wrote. Judging by Cardi B's past as a cast member on Love & Hip-Hop: New York, it would make sense that she and Offset would work with VH1 on a televised event. At this point, nothing seems to be confirmed, as Cardi B and Offset haven't even spoken about whether or not they will be filming their wedding.
Right now, it seems like Cardi and Offset are simply celebrating their engagement. Yesterday, Cardi shared a close up of the raindrop-shaped ring she received from Offset, a clear reference to his hook on Migos' "Bad and Boujee."
The couple just appeared on Migos' new single "Motor Sport" together, alongside Quavo, Takeoff, and Nicki Minaj.
Watch Offset's proposal to Cardi B at Power House Philly Friday night.