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Halloween may still be a few days away, but Halloween weekend is in full swing. We've already seen a few celebrity costumes trickle down our feeds, but comedian Eric Andre has definitely come through with the most memorable getup so far. Andre dressed up as none other than Cardi B for Halloween this year, revealing his outfit, inspired by a specific Cardi look on Instagram Friday (swipe left on the post below to view his costume versus the inspiration).
We don't know what Cardi will be dressing up this year, but she does have something big to celebrate this weekend. The Bronx rapper's famous boyfriend, Offset from Migos, is now her famous fiancee, after the Atlanta emcee popped the question at Powerhouse Philly Friday night.
Cardi posted her reaction to the new on Instagram later that night. "Jesus Christ I’m so emotional, @offsetyrn I loveee you so much," she wrote. "Thank you for seeing the potential in me since you met me .For giving me advice molding me and loving me .Your such a amazing man to me your family ,friends ,kids and you are extremely talented.I can’t wait to spend FOREVAAAA with you .Lets make a lot shmoney and love together"
As for Eric Andre, this is far from his first interaction with the rap world. He's previously had the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Wiz Khalifa, and Vince Staples on his show. He also spoke out about domestic abuse and sexual assault in rap earlier this year, specifically citing XXXTentacion and Kodak Black. "i was just looking at World Star Hip Hop on my IG and they’re always promoting XXX and Kodak Black and i got upset," he wrote. "i was like,whycanicomplain about racism freely, but criticize a rapper's sexism andeveryonegetsbutt hurt. i was also mad at myself for promoting XXXTentacion’s music the other day. my friend was like, “that dude beats up pregnant women” :(. racism, sexism, homophobia - it's all bigotry. it is all part of the same systemic evil that keeps people subservient and disenfranchised. 1 out of 3 women are beat, raped, or murdered in their lifetime. that’s 1 billion women. Shits got to stop. No more apathy or indifference."