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Cardi B’s stunned by ex Offset’s epic birthday gift – as fans urge ‘don’t take him back’

Cardi B’s estranged husband Offset pulled out all the stops with her birthday present this year – despite the pair no long being together.

The WAP rapper was in complete shock when she pulled up to Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip to find a huge portrait of herself emblazoned on a towering bilboard.

“Oh my goodness, Oh my God!” repeated Cardi in the Instagram clip, as she celebrates her 28th birthday today.

The impossible to miss bubblegum pink advertisement featured a huge messaging reading ‘Happy Birthday Mommy, love Kulture’ – the couple’s two-year-old daughter.

Offset surprised Cardi with a birthday billboard on the Sunset Strip

The accompanying photo showed Cardi and her girl wearing matching designer pink outfits complete with scarves, Birkin handbags and sunglasses.

Revealing the pricey gift on Instagram Cardi appeared to be flattered as she responded; “Thank you sir, I love it,” but then followed this

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Washington men’s and women’s basketball players urge fellow students to register to vote

The admission wasn’t easy, but Mike Hopkins felt the importance of leveling with his Washington men’s basketball team, which has engaged in a series of intimate conversations about race, social justice and politics over the past several months. 

“I’m embarrassed to say this, I’m 51 years old and I’ve probably voted a handful of times,” Hopkins said “That’s society and that’s sad.  

“Many people, myself included, talk about wanting things to change and making it happen. Well, here’s a way. And it’s so simple. Vote.” 

On Monday afternoon, the Huskies men’s and women’s basketball teams canvassed the UW campus urging folks to register for the upcoming November elections. They wore black t-shirts with a QR code that read: “Scan me. Register to vote.”

“We’ve been having talks with the team with what’s been going on in the world right now,” Hopkins said “We just felt like one way we could

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