Cardi B and her rapper fiancé Offset are being flooded with offers from endless networks who are trying to scoop them for a multi-million dollar wedding special deal.
Following Offset’s proposal last week, according to Hollywood Life, the duo’s phones have been ringing non-stop with offers flying in from left to right regarding Cardi B’s wedding and how it can potentially be the biggest televised wedding of the year.
Of course, it’s still too early to tell whether or not Cardi B will even pull through with the idea of having her wedding documented for the purpose of several millions of dollars, but the option is definitely on the table.
Sources reveal that networks such as VH1 and BET have shown a great amount of interest in getting Cardi B and Offset signed on to one of their deals because wedding specials have proven to be very popular among viewers as of late.
Just last month, Gucci Mane and his wife, Keyshia Ka’Oir, had tied the knot in what became a live streaming and televised event on BET, which reportedly earned the couple a whopping $1.5 million.
This deal went on to see the couple sign on for a reality show that would give fans an insight look on the road to getting Keyshia to walk down the aisle.
With so many things working in Cardi B’s favor right now, it certainly wouldn’t be a shock to see that the rapper could potentially turn down the idea of having her wedding televised.
Having signed a multi-million dollar record deal with Atlantic, being featured on a brand new song, titled “Motorsport,” with Nicki Minaj and landing her first number one record with “Bodak Yellow,” money isn’t exactly what Cardi B is chasing after right now.
With that said, however, knowing that the “Hectic” hitmaker plans to release her debut album in just months time, having that tie in with her wedding special all while planning a North American tour would definitely help Cardi B’s stardom level to grow immensely.
As of right now, Cardi B hasn’t said anything about potential plans to sign on with a network and have her wedding documented, but fans are ought to stay tuned.
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