when is cardi b having her baby? Cardi B hauls Beyoncé at Sunday’s BET Awards – she as well gives her performance with Migos to reveal that she’s expecting a second baby along with her partner, Offset. The star took to the stage in a very diamante-studded outfit, with a cut-out section for her baby bump. The big declarative news was confirmed shortly, later on with an Instagram post, with captioned “#2”.
Cardi won 2 prizes at the ceremony, best video and best collaboration, for WAP – a duet with the famous lyricist Megan Thee stallion. The BET which in full form known as black entertainment television Awards, that and celebrates the achievements by black artists, and this year it was made on the theme, “Era of the Black Woman”.
“Celebrating black girls is not a furor or a trend, it is a forever mood,” stated by the host of the show Taraji P Henson as she opened the ceremony.
Cardi B said “There is quite enough ways for all people to thrive, as a result no one would be like ME and cannot anyone be you if they wish you. “Texan rapper Megan Thee stallion was the massive winner, with four prizes, altogether which includes 2 for WAP.
Cardi B conjointly picked up best hip-hop creator female for the second year after winning awards in a row; and also the viewer’s choice award for Savage – her collaboration with Beyoncé.
Rap pioneer Queen Latifah was given the lifetime achievement award, and she hold back tears as her peers Lil’ Kim, Mc Lyte and Monie performed a musical composition of her hits. Accepting her prize, Latifah thanked BET for “creating such a huge outlet for lovely blackness to thrive, to shine.
The star additionally brought a photograph of her late mother on to the stage, saying: I’ve forever celebrated girls as a result of what i used to be as I was raised by a robust black woman. British singer Bree Runway won best new international act; whereas Nigeria’s Burna Boy took best international act for the third year amid row.
Elsewhere, Lil Baby took best male hip-hop creator; while H.E.R. beat 10-time winner Beyoncé wins the best women R&B class.
The late Chadwick Boseman was named best actor, whereas Judas and also the Black Messiah was named best motion picture – though neither award was given out throughout the televised portion of the ceremony. The show was a hit and it also had its share of meme moments, from Lil Nas X’s onstage kiss with his backup dancers, to Tyler, The Creator battling a storm to deliver his new single Lumberjack.