Offset Dropped a Few Bands on This Gift to Cardi B

She don't dance now, she make bloody moves.

Cardi B and Offset haven’t officially come out as a hip-hop’s "It" couple, but after seeing the new gift the Migos rapper gifted her, the two may have finally outed themselves. According to a fan video circulating Twitter, Offset treated Cardi to a diamond chain fit for a trap queen.

Offset clearly knows the way to Cardi’s heart. In the 10-second video, the “Bad and Boujee” artist is seen shining his phone's flashlight on Cardi's neck as she poses and blows kisses to the camera. When asked if she loved the new gift, the femcee said, “I do, I do,” in her signature animated voice.

An Instagram account that appears to belong to the chain's designer also posted a close-up image of the new ice. The chain is a hand making the rock n’ roll sign. And for the Cardi touch, the hand has red nails, a bandanna and a set of diamond rings. “Bloody Moves,” the caption reads, referencing Cardi’s hit single “Bodak Yellow.” It's unclear how much the rock cost him, but it definitely looks like it's worth a pretty penny.  

Over the past couple of months, Cardi and Offset have been spotted numerous times at music industry events and parties. Although the rapper has yet to spill all the details about her budding new romance, she has dished about her feelings towards him. “It’s been a blessing, me meeting him and meeting his friends,” Cardi said in her cover story interview with The Fader on June 22.  “A lot of positive things came out of that.”

It’s great to see Cardi happy and entering a new phase in her life. But hopefully this duo will stop playing games with their fans and just come out already. They’re definitely a trap couple made in trap heaven.

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