Cardi B and Offset have been going strong ever since he made a public plea to win her back at Rolling Loud Los Angeles in 2018. While their fans were torn over the gesture, there was one person in particular who didn't appreciate Offset's move.
During his recent interview with GloRilla, Real 92.3's J Cruz told the "Tomorrow 2" rapper about what really happened behind the scenes of the Migos rapper's gesture. Cruz said he had plans to marry his fiancée on the same stage Cardi B performed at. The wedding was supposed to happen right after her set, but Offset's move caused the organizers to cancel the ceremony.
“So, I was supposed to get married on stage and since that happened, I was not allowed to do it," Cruz explained. "I had my whole family there. My wife in her dress, I flew in family members. Mother, father, my mother-in-law, my father-in-law, my sister, my siblings were all there for this big moment. And it was bumped because Offset decided to surprise Cardi with roses.”
“Because I’m not Offset," Cruz told GloRilla after she asked why he got bumped. "I’m nobody. When that happened, it was like forget about you and the family you flew in and the embarrassment you’re about to live for a very long time, the therapy you’re going to have to go through. So I had to move on, and it didn’t happen.”
Offset's grand display of affection definitely stole the spotlight that night. In the midst of their brief break-up, 'Set appeared on stage towards the end of Bardi's set with a heap of red roses and a sign that said "Take me back Cardi." Clearly the move worked out in their favor. The couple continue to travel the world and share stages. They also have two children together, Kulture and Wave.