Cardi B denies postpartum surgery rumors while encouraging Mama’s recovery

By now, you’ve probably seen Cardi B’s service peeked out at Paris Fashion Week! She sent social media into a frenzy when she appeared on Thierry Mugler Gallery Tuesday. Dressed in a stunning fiery red gown, Cardi hit the red carpet for the first time since she gave birth to her son earlier this month.

Since their debut Tuesday, Cardi and Offset have posted multiple snapshots of their trip. They were blessed with the fashion, food and luxury accommodation that London had to offer. But, for all the glamor in her couture clothes and personal style, Cardi isn’t here to sell fake dreams. She took to Instagram on Thursday to share an insight into how she’s succeeded in the fashion moments everyone talks about.

Cardi photographed four Instagram Story posts posing in front of a full-length mirror. Wearing what appears to be a black body corset and black leggings, she has been vocal about her postpartum body. Cardi revealed that “wonderful compliments” are pouring in.

“I think it’s because I’ve now gotten some amazing hips because of my gorgeous son because he was sitting so low,” Cardi said. “You know when your baby is low, your hips are spread out.”

Apparently, people have asked if surgery like a tummy tuck or a tummy tuck also deserves some form of credit. Although she has spoken out about previous surgeries, Cardi has denied having any recent postpartum surgeries.

“You can’t have surgery after giving birth, especially me,” Cardi said. “I lost a lot of blood guys, one day Emma talked to you guys about my crazy **delivery.”

After that, she made a front view. She admitted that she looks like she was kidnapped, but she assures viewers that this is not her only appearance. Cardi gave fans a side look of her figure. She clicked on her stomach area, saying she still had a cyst. She also admitted that she was still swollen in multiple areas, including her neck and face.

“But, you have to take a long time,” Cardi said. “It’s really hard to deal with children, especially when you have two children after giving birth.”

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