They're definitely not afraid to show a little PDA on social media.

Por Alma Sacasa
Julio 30, 2020
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Cardi B and Offset are no strangers to showing off their love on social media. During a recent trip to the beach, the pair had a sensual photo shoot in their swimwear. "I be wanting to eat him," Cardi, 27, captioned a photo of herself cuddled up close to her husband, 28.

Last year while on vacation, Cardi shared a similar series of photos of the pair kissing on a rocky beach and wearing color-coordinated outfits. Cardi started dating the Migos rapper in 2017; they were secretly married in September of that year. They briefly broke up in December 2018 but later reunited, and by February 2019 were back together publicly at the Grammys.

The couple is known to be very lavish with their gifts to each other. For Mother's Day, Offset gave his wife two Hermès Birkin bags, worth more than $20,000 total. In December, Cardi gave her husband a refrigerator full of cash for his birthday — $500,000, to be precise.

Cardi has also been teaching her husband how to dance merengue, since her family is from the Dominican Republic. "My baby. He learning the steps," she shared with a video of them dancing at their daughter Kulture's second birthday party earlier this month.

The pair have been spending their quarantine with their loved ones, dancing the night away and eating plenty of delicious-looking food. Despite the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, Cardi has been keeping busy. In May, the rapper got a new tattoo that took 60 hours to finish, and in June, she had her famous peacock tattoo touched up. She's also been staying on top of current events, recording a PSA asking people to complete the census and donating proceeds from her viral "Coronavirus" remix to charities helping families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cardi, who was born in New York City to a Dominican father and Trinidadian mother, became the first woman to win the Grammy for Best Rap Album in 2019. Her single "Bodak Yellow," released in 2017, was the first song by a solo female rapper to top Billboard's Hot 100 chart in nearly 19 years. She hasn't yet announced a follow-up to her debut album Invasion of Privacy, but in June, she tweeted that new music is "coming."