At first glance, Cardi B and Offset's divorce seemed that it had all the makings of a contentious battle. Nothing could be further from the truth, and Cardi has now amended her divorce filing to indicate her desire for a peaceful split.
In new documents obtained by TMZ, Cardi says she wants Offset to have joint custody of their 2-year-old daughter, Kulture, and she doesn't want any support from him.
Cardi "reiterates her desire for an amicable resolution," the court documents say.
Things sounded far less friendly in Cardi's divorce filing on Sept. 15. Initial reports indicated the divorce would be contested: She was listed as the plaintiff and the Migos rapper was listed as the defendant. Initial reports also claimed she was seeking legal custody of Kulture and wanted Offset to pay child support and her legal fees.
On Sept. 16, TMZ reported Cardi "had no idea her lawyer filed documents that made [the split] sound highly contentious." The "WAP" rapper sees it entirely differently, as she's hopeful for an amicable and stable co-parenting situation.
The duo has had a rocky history. They secretly married in 2017, but Offset was soon hit with cheating allegations and the couple split in late 2018. Shortly after, he surprised Cardi on stage at the Rolling Loud festival, essentially crashing her performance with flowers in hand and begging for her forgiveness with a cake that read "TAKE ME BACK CARDI."
They would eventually reconcile. This time, though, Cardi makes it clear that there is no turning back.
"There are no prospects for a reconciliation," she wrote in the legal documents, noting that she and Offset are currently separated.
The divorce filing came just days after Cardi shared a cryptic message on her Instagram Story that stated, "Her heart finally told her to stop wasting her time." She added, "It's time."