Cardi B Denies She's Back Together With Offset

Cardi B is denying reports she’s moved back into the Atlanta home she shared with Offset prior to their split last month. On Thursday (January 31), the platinum-selling artist hopped in Baller Alert’s comment section and accused TMZ of lying about a reconciliation.

“TMZ why ya be lying,” she wrote. “I haven’t even been in ATL since Christmas.”

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The Grammy-nominated rapper elaborated on the situation after an Instagram user said TMZ is “pretty accurate.” She also provided an update on the couple’s relationship status in the process.

“They not tho,” Cardi replied. “We are working things out nice and slow cause time is key and ain’t make no deum rules to no nikka and I haven’t been in ATL since Christmas … anyways is cold ass fuck my leg hair frozen.”

This marks the second story this week Cardi had to straighten out. On Wednesday (January 30), she was forced to comment on reports she was suing Quality Control management after her bodyguards allegedly sent an autograph hound to the hospital last May. Cardi insisted it was “BIG FUCKIN LIES” and threw in a couple of shameless plugs while she was at it.“wow! This is sooo scary who come up with this?” she commented on Instagram. “Don’t ya know we family! Anyways TWERK record is #29 on billboards and Offset album coming soon and is beautiful.”

The couple spilt last December amid allegations the Migos rapper had been cheating on her. 

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