Cardi B & Spice

Cardi B & Spice

Cardi B Celebrates Her Birthday With Spice, Shenseea & More

Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus

Cardi B celebrated her 29th birthday in full Jamaican style with a Caribbean ‘Dancehall’ themed party.

The history making Grammy award winner partied the night away with friends and family on Monday night at L.A. River Studio. Her star-studded guest list included many of her celebrity friends such as Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Normani, Tiffany Haddish, Teyana Taylor, Taraji P. Henson, Snoop Dogg, Chance the Rapper, Winnie Harlow, Karrueche Tran, and more in attendance, all dressed to kill in true Caribbean Dancehall splendor.

But the night, however, belonged to the surprise Dancehall guest artistes who performed. From Spice, Mr. Vegas, Shenseea, Ding Dong, Kranium, and more gracing the stage, Cardi B and her friends celebrated the culture with a night of wining, dancing, and even a trip down ‘Passa, Passa’ (a well known, Jamaican street dance) lane. Check out a few highlights below!

The night’s menu was also reminiscent of the Caribbean and included jerk chicken, oxtail, rice and plantains along with tequila and vodka cocktails.

Cardi B also received the surprise of her life when her husband Offset gifted her with a brand new home which includes a pool on the roof. According to TMZ, the Migos rapper got on the mic and unveiled his gift with a video presentation, saying he wanted to get her something extra special after the big year they just had which included th birth of their son. It seems like Cardi’s new crib is in the Dominican Republic, her family’s homeland and it looks like Offset found a nice, secluded spot surrounded by palm trees.

Cardi B & Offset

Cardi B & Husband Offset

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