Cardi B also says that she and Offset won't be trying to compete with Gucci Mane's wedding.
Cardi B's 2017 has been the stuff dreams are made of.
Not only did she have one of the most successful radio singles of the year with "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)," but she also accepted the marriage proposal that her boyfriend, Migos rapper Offset, surprised her with at a Philadelphia concert earlier this fall. While rap's newest power couple haven't officially set a date yet or divulged any particulars about what their wedding will look, sound or feel like, Cardi B recently admitted to the paparazzi that, as far as the planning goes, she's definitely not flying solo on this one.
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Speaking with TMZ, hip-hop's hottest female star avoid comparisons to Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir's dazzling fall wedding that took place earlier this year, saying instead that it was just going to be "different." The cameraman kept trying to get her to commit to placing her and Offset's wedding on an imaginary scale next to Gucci and Keyshia's nuptials, but she didn't take the bait. She then admitted that, while previous reports have indicated that she wants red to be a major color at their wedding and even has the idea for the women present to wear suits, she explained that both her and her future husband will have to agree.
"Both" was her answer to the question of who is in charge of the planning for the upcoming marriage, which is set to be one of the must-see hip-hop events of next year. Though she tried to distance herself from comparisons to the extravagant bash that the Guwop and his missus threw for their guests, it will be hard to ignore the parallels between the two, especially after BET came through with an offer similar to the one they gave Mr. and Mrs. Davis. If the opportunity is there to make their wedding into a reality TV event, you can bet that Cardi and Offset will be pulling out all the stops.
Unfortunately, Cardi is still in the business of making enemies these days, after she was targeted in a diss track by Joseline Hernandez called "Hate Me Now." There's no real indication if the "Bodak Yellow" was bothered by the call out, but let's just say that the backstage drama continues to follow her wherever she goes.