The renowned American rapper and song writer Cardi B celebrated her 29th birthday this week and it was amazing. It was the talk of town with its dancehall dress code and all the celebrities who graced the occasion including Lizzo who caught the people's eyes with her see through net dress. Cardi who gave birth to her second child just recently held a huge private party in Los Angels to celebrate her birthday.
It later appeared that one of the invited guests had something different in mind. Cardi B shared with her fans that her shoes were stolen and she was forced to walk on barefoot on her way home after the party. Taking to Twitter, she hilariously asked who stole her shoes.
Some of her fans were quick to remind her that she might have drank too much alcohol until she could not feel someone taking shoes off her feet.
During the party, Cardi's husband who is also a rapper and fashion designer Offset gifted her with a beautiful 7 bedroom house in the Republic of Dominican. Cardi could not hide her happiness as she took to Instagram to thank her husband.
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