Offset has shared candid footage of Cardi B giving birth to their daughter Kulture last July as part of the promo for his new solo album and documentary.
Offset has shared video footage of Cardi B giving birth to their daughter Kulture.
The Migos star used a clip from the hospital room, which sees his wife pushing out their little girl, who was born on July 10, 2018, as he stood by her bedside.
The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker can be heard letting out a deafening scream as she delivered their first child, before it ends with the rapper standing near to the door of the room with a seemingly concerned look on his face.
The video was part of a promo for Offset's new solo album and documentary, which will be released on February 22.
Alongside the Instagram clip, he captioned the post: ''A L B U M : 2-22-19
D O C U M E N T A R Y: 2-22-19 (sic)''
The video also has footage of Offset in the recording studio and him FaceTiming his son in a car.
The solo record was originally set for release on February 14, but was delayed after Cardi and Offset briefly split up.
The ''playlist'' is set to address Offset's car crash in May and his marriage.
He said previously: ''I'm not really talking too much about Pateks and Lambos because it's not relatable. ''That's almost like bubblegum rap now, how the people are accepting it. They just get two days of playing it, then it's over with. This can last and people can feel it .. I'm really pushing my album to be a playlist and not an album, because a playlist is consistently being played for moves, exercises, and different things.''
On the same day the album promo was shared on social media, Cardi was joined on stage by her husband when she picked up the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
The pair showed just how inseparable they are once again when he accompanied her to the podium at Los Angeles' Staples Centre as she accepted the accolade for her LP 'Invasion of Privacy'.
Cardi was visibly emotional as she took to the stage and she joked: ''Ooh the nerves are so bad. Maybe I need to start smoking weed!''
The 'I Like It' hitmaker went on to pay tribute to her seven-month-old daughter and those who pushed her to complete the record during her pregnancy.
She said: ''I want to thank my daughter. I'm not just saying thank you because she's my daughter. It's because, you know, when I found out I was pregnant, my album was not complete.
''I had like, three songs that I was for sure having -- you know how it was. We was like, 'We have to get this album done so I could shoot the videos while I'm still not showing. It was very long nights.''
The rapper ended her speech by praising her spouse.
She said: ''He was like 'you gonna have this baby, and you gonna make this album.' ''
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