Offset Says He Misses Cardi B Days After She Announces Separation

Days after Cardi B emotionally announced her pending divorce with Offset, the Migos rapper has revealed he "misses" Cardi.

The 26-year-old posted to is Twitter on Sunday, simply writing, "F**K Y'ALL I MISS CARDI."

It comes after an alleged mistress of the star, a woman named Summer Bunni, publically revealed texts between herself on Offset -- real name Kiari Kendrell Cephus -- which show the pair trying to arrange a threesome with fellow rapper Cuban Doll, which allegedly took place while Cardi was pregnant with the couple's first child.

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Bunni later apologised over her 'gram, saying, will always be woman enough to admit when I'm wrong, and in this situation I was. Seeing another woman's pain does not bring me joy, nor do I think it's funny."

Meanwhile, Cuban Doll has denied to TMZ that she had an affair with Offset, and alleged that she knew nothing of the text messages and has since spoken to Cardi who "knows she wasn't involved."

As for Cardi, it doesn't sound like the feeling's mutual, with the rapper performing an altered version of Migos collab 'Motorboat' At Chicago's B96 Jingle Bash to feature the lyrics, "I get up set off / I turn Offset on / I told him the other day / Yeah, we gon' get a divorce," -- with the original last lyric being "Man, we should sell that porn."

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Last week the Bodak Yellow singer confirmed that she and Offset -- with whom she shares a young daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus -- were splitting.

“I’ve been trying to work things out with my baby father for how many now. And we’re really good friends and really good business partners,” she explained in a video Instagram post.

“We’ve got a lot of love for each other but things just haven’t been working out for us for a long time. It’s nobody’s fault," she continued. "I just guess we grew out of love. But we’re not together anymore."

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