Did Cardi B have her second baby?
Cardi B now has a daughter and a son. The rapper has announced that she and her husband Offset welcomed their second child together last Saturday, with an adoring photo of the rap couple together in the delivery room. ... The couple said in a statement to People, "We are so overjoyed to finally meet our son. HarpersBAZAAR.comCardi B Welcomes Her Second Child, a Son
What did Cardi b name her baby boy?
Cardi B and Offset welcomed their second child together, a baby boy, on Saturday. The "WAP" rapper revealed the news on Instagram, posting a photo of the couple with their newborn. The couple's son joins their daughter named Kulture Kiari Cephus, born in 2018. INSIDERCardi B and Offset welcomed their 2nd child together, a son
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Bryan Danielson is remaining diplomatic about his former employer after signing with All Elite Wrestling.
Danielson was among multiple marquee stars to make their AEW debuts Sunday at All Out:
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Speaking to reporters after the show, the 40-year-old discussed one of the reasons that caused him to leave WWE following a wildly successful run with the promotion, per Ringside News' Subhojeet Mukherjee:
Danielson abruptly retired in February 2016 because of medical concerns stemming from multiple concussions he suffered across his career. However, WWE announced in March 2018 that multiple doctors had cleared him for a return to the ring.
That will inevitably have fans somewhat concerned any time Danielson wrestles because the long-term risks of concussions can be significant. The concern is somewhat heightened if he wants to "push [his] limits."
But this isn't the first time Danielson has alluded to his internal thoughts on how WWE typically stages its in-ring action.
The Miz's famous promo on Talking Smack was somewhat prompted by Danielson's comment that his one-time rival "wrestle[s] like a coward" and came to represent what he thought was a "soft, WWE style."
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