Cardi B Reveals Outrageous Wedding Details: 'The World Is Not Ready for It'

Cardi B is opening up about her wedding to Migos' Offset

Cardi B has big, big plans for her special day.

The “Bodak Yellow” rapper, 25, revealed details about her much-anticipated wedding in an interview with New York magazine.

Since her on-stage engagement to Migos rapper Offset, 25, Cardi B is already envisioning her dream wedding, saying, “The world is not ready for it.”

“Everybody got to be wearing red,” she continued. “And my bridesmaids are gonna be wearing suits, what’s good.”

Cardi B
Janet Mayer/Splash News Online

The couple, who began dating earlier this year, got engaged in late October with Offset proposing at Power 99’s Powerhouse concert in Philadelphia in front of a crowd of excited onlookers.

The ring, a beautiful pear-shaped diamond, glittered against the rapper’s left hand as she showed it off to the camera.

Cardi B/Instagram

RELATED VIDEO: 3 Things to Know About Cardi B, the ‘Bodak Yellow’ Rapper Who Bumped Taylor Swift From No. 1

Cardi B shared a photo of herself holding up the ring on Instagram, writing, “Jesus Christ I’m so emotional, @offsetyrn I loveee you so much. Thank you for seeing the potential in me since you met me. For giving me advice molding me and loving me. You’re such an 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 ❤️ ❤️.”

BET Hip Hop Awards 2017 - Inside
Johnny Nunez/WireImage

Aside from her over-the-top wedding plans, the Bronx native told New York she didn’t believe labels like “feminist” applied to her, despite her hit song, “Bodak Yellow” becoming a somewhat empowering anthem for some women.

“You know what? I’m not even gonna consider myself nothing,” she said. “Here’s the thing that bitches got me f—ed up when it comes to that word. People think that being a feminist is a bitch that, like, went to school.”

“They wear skirts all the way to their motherf—ing ankles like a goddamn First Lady,” she continued. “That’s not being a feminist. Being a feminist is being equal to do what a man do.”

Related Articles