Cardi B, left, and Ozuma perform La Modelo at the Billboard Latin Music Awards at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Picture: AP

Cardi B's unborn daughter has "done good" by giving her a new pair of boobs. 

The Be Careful hitmaker is just weeks away from giving birth to her first child and, although she tried to keep her pregnancy a secret for the first five months, she's really embracing her changing physique and her blossoming bosoms. 

Speaking in a video uploaded on Instagram, she said: "You see what my child is doing to me? T***ies is getting bigger. B***h don't have to go and get her t***es done no more. I got a whole new pair of t***ies. Got to go to Victoria's Secret to get me a new bra. Do you see my mother f***ing hair? This s*** growing and growing. You see my skin? Look like a b***h put moisturiser on, but I just woke up.

"You know what, I be getting really bad heartburn and sometimes I just loose my breath, the mood swings be crazy, but my child do me good. I feel good."
The 25-year-old rapper has had somewhat of a stressful time recently as her fiance Offset - who is the father of her baby - was involved in a car crash in Atlanta. 


Shortly after the news emerged online, Cardi wrote: "Sooo grateful and happy today .God be giving messages in the weirdest way I love you @OffsetYRN (sic)" 

The 26-year-old hip hop star was admitted to hospital with minor injuries, but was later released. 

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However, the same can't be said for the rapper's green Dodge Challenger as it was badly damaged in the collision and was towed away afterwards. 
Law enforcement revealed no police or emergency medical workers were called to the crash scene and no accident report was taken.

Following the incident, Cardi tweeted Offset saying: "i love him Soo much. (sic)" She also added three prayer emojis. 

Offset's car crash came just a week after he reportedly had a $150,000 chain stolen from his hotel room after the Met Gala.

A source said at the time: "They had left the door open so people could come in and out of the room. The door was left open even when they weren't in the room."