Cardi B’s first post-birth performance will be at the Mala Luna Festival
Cardi B is gearing up to get back into the swing of things. Show organizers just announced that the “Bodak Yellow” rapper will hit the stage at San Antonio’s Mala Luna Festival this fall, Billboard reports.
Along with headliners Nicky Jam and Tyler the Creator, the hit maker will join a full slate of rappers Oct. 27-28 during the festival at Nelson Wolff Stadium in Texas.
Last year’s festival sold out on both days with performances from Migos, Future, Travis Scott and Lil Wayne.
This will mark Cardi’s first time on stage since giving birth to her baby girl Kulture, concert-goers will flock to downtown San Antonio to see what rap’s it-girl has in store for them on stage.
Recently she canceled going on tour with Bruno Mars, for his 24K Magic tour citing health reasons and saying that she just was not ready to leave her baby girl behind nor take her on the road after just giving birth.
“I hope you guys understand that this decision has been the hardest to make but I have to do what’s best for myself and my baby! Thank you Bruno for being so supportive and understanding,” Cardi concluded.
Juggling Motherhood and Music
Recently Beyoncé opened up about her maternal health struggles too and told Vogue that she weighed 218 pounds while pregnant with the twins and she went on bed rest before delivering through C-section and suffered from toxemia, which is blood poisoning by toxins from a local bacterial infection.
Cardi has been an open book ever since she burst onto the scene as a cast member of Love & Hip Hop New York. Now that she’s a bonafide superstar, the rapper has tried to keep a few details of her personal life private, like when she waited seven months to confirm she was expecting her first child with her fiancee, Offset.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone she said she was worried about her career after learning she was pregnant.
“A lot of successful women have kids, and a lot of successful artists have kids, but not at the peak of their career,” she said before admitting some of her friends and team voiced similar concerns. “It was like, ‘You can’t do this. This might f**k up your career.’ ”
But so far, so good Cardi! Welcome back!
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