“That boy love you”: 50 Cent pleads with Cardi B not to divorce Offset

"You gotta go home. That boy love you girl."

50 Cent has pleaded with Cardi B to not divorce Offset, after she announced her separation from the Migos star earlier this month.

In an emotional Instagram video last week, Cardi announced plans to split from Offset – only months after the pair welcomed daughter Kulture.

“We are really good friends and we are really good business partners— you know he’s always somebody that I run to to talk to, and we got a lot of love for each other but things just haven’t been working out between us for a long time,” she said at the time.

However, it now seems that 50 Cent could potentially be an unexpected lifeline in their relationship.

Only days after Offset himself admitted that he missed his wife, 50 Cent has defended the star on Instagram.

Responding to an teaser clip of Cardi’s ‘Money’ music video, Fiddy wrote: “That’s a cute outfit… but you gotta go home. That boy love you girl.” He added in another comment: “No divorce, ok chill out.”

The defence comes after Fiddy previously reached out to Offset after he admitted to ‘missing’ his wife, saying: “No you not getting a divorce Offset, go get her man. I don’t give a fuck what she say just kiss her ass man fuck it.”

While airing a rendition of Migos’ ‘Motorsport’, which features Cardi along with Nicki Minaj, the NYC musician altered the track’s lyrics to reference Offset. Meanwhile, Cardi previously referenced the split during a performance in New York.

Taking to the stage at New York City’s Jingle Ball over the weekend, Cardi B performed for the first time since announcing the break-up.