Cardi B appears to have covered her body with more tattoos this weekend, unveiling not only a large design on her bum but also a tribute to her husband Offset.
The Bodak Yellow rapper performed at the Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, California and used it as the perfect opportunity to unveil her new body art.
Dressed in an all denim outfit featuring a corset and chaps, Cardi left her bum on display with a sprawling tattoo seen on her left side.
It appears to be a brand new tattoo as Cardi used plastic wrap to protect the ink but it began to peel off as her energetic performance got underway.
While it’s unclear what the tattoo is at this stage, it goes alongside Cardi’s biggest tattoo – a huge peacock on her right side which stretches from her waist down to her thigh.
On Saturday, Cardi’s husband Offset revealed another new tattoo she’s had done recently and it’s all in his honour.
Cardi, 25, now has his stage name inked across her thigh which she revealed to him in a FaceTime call.
Alongside a grab of Cardi lifting up her leg to give Offset a close-up, the Migos rapper said: ‘CANT WAIT TO GET HOME.’
The I Like It rapper seems to be back to her best self after being forced to take time off to recover from cosmetic surgery procedures.
In May, Cardi cancelled several shows on doctor’s orders to rest after experiencing complications following liposuction and breast augmentation.
However, the rapper later admitted she has been sworn off ever having cosmetic surgery again, tweeting: ‘I been working out for the past 2 weeks cause b***h I ain’t getting surgery againbut let me tell you I haven’t got a headache ever since [sic].’
Hours after her performance at Mid-State Fair, Cardi shared a sweet family photo of her and Offset sharing a kiss while their daughter, Kulture, looked on.
The couple celebrated Kulture’s first birthday on 11 July and, naturally, showered the tot with lavish presents.
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