Cardi B and Offset have found success in the music industry and as their fame increases, so do the rumors. The hot couple have been plagued by gossip around their love life and the latest one points to them expecting a baby together. The Migos member was spotted by TMZ shopping at Rodeo Drive in California and said that the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker is not pregnant. Offset also mentioned that he is already a father as he has three children. See the rappers reaction below and tell us what you think!

It was TMZ that also broke the news that during the Super Bowl weekend, especially at the Maxim party in which she performed, Cardi’s team told a venue staffer that the artist didn’t want to be in the VIP room because she was 3 to 4 months pregnant and didn’t want to be in a "party atmosphere." On Instagram, Cardi categorically denied she's pregnant, by replying to a comment. "No b*tch I'm just getting fat. Let me fat in peace," she wrote.

Both Cardi B and Offset are experiencing a great moment in their music careers, which is the reason why the pair decided to postpone their wedding plans. "We ain't, we ain't planning it right now," he told Rolling Stone. "We chilling. We don't got time for that right now." When the reporter pressed on the issue, Offset refused to give any details. "It's my real life," he added. "It ain't no gig. It ain't no fucking game, you know what I'm saying? It ain't no game. It's my life." 

In the same interview the hip-hop artist seems to be really into Cardi B and their wedding plans postponement probably only has to do with their heavy work schedules. "She is real solid, came from where I came from, did what I did," he told the magazine. "She's herself, man. I seen her develop from the trenches all the way up, and I like how she did it. I respect her grind as a woman. She came to the game with some gangsta shit. I like that. I fuck with her. That's my baby."

Cardi B, born Belcalis Almanzar to a Dominican father and Trinidadian mother, grew up in the South Bronx. She is only the fifth female rapper to top the Hot 100 after Lil' Kim who was featured on "Lady Marmalade," Shawnna who collaborated with Ludacris on "Stand Up," Iggy Azalea who led with "Fancy" along with Charli XCX. According to Billboard, Cardi B is also the first female solo artist to lead the Hot 100 list with no featured artist since Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass."