Cardi B and Offset are officially now swimming with the fishes…literally. It has been reported the superstar couple is a part of the millions who were affected by Hurricane Ida. Recently they shared their water-damaged home on social media to their fans.
Hurricane Ida’s damages
The water damage flooded their entire house, but I guess that’s how destructive storms work. After all, that is their job…to turn your living room into an indoor waterpark. Following the storm that affected the south, Cardi immediately went to social media to share with her fans how she and her family were affected by flooding.
This Wednesday, she posted puddles of water from Hurricane Ida in her pricey $5.5 million Atlanta home on her Instagram Story, where she captioned, ‘Storm is no joke.’
Fans replied with the following: “@iamcardib SORRY YOURE GOING THROUGH THIS BABES ESPECIALLY WHILE PREGNANT. SENDING PRAYERS TO ALL EFFECTED BY THIS STORM.”
In the background, you hear Cardi state, “What the fk, yo. This is so fking wack!” As she walks through the hardwood hallways, she also states, “Oh my God, it’s starting to stink.”
Upcoming award show
While it is very wet at her place due to Hurricane Ida, we all know Cardi isn’t afraid of wetness and many suspects that she will link with Megan thee Stallion to tear down the competition and perform their hit song, “WAP” at the MTV Video Music Awards on September 12.
“Looks can be deceiving but not in this case! @iamcardib featuring #megantheestallion “WAP” is predicted to take the world by storm at the @MTV Video Music Awards, video of the year category,” a fan tweeted.
We are praying there won’t be any more chaos that will cancel the show. Hurricane Ida badly hit Atlanta just like it did on the East Coast. According to The New York Times, at least nine people are dead so New York and New Jersey have officially announced states of emergency.
According to Associated Press, areas inside the state of Louisiana are suffering from “a lack of water, flooded neighborhoods and severely damaged homes” days after Hurricane Ida.
USA Today declares that Hurricane Ida is one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the U.S.A, ranking 5th place. Additionally, The Atlantic hurricane season started on Tuesday, June 1, and will thankfully end on Tuesday, November 30.
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