The rapper, 25, had her first boob job years ago but recently said she’d been forced to use duct tape to lift them up after the birth of her daughter Kulture, The Sun reports.
And as she walked the red carpet at the Fashion Nova x Cardi B Collection Launch Party at Hollywood Palladium last night, her assets took centre stage and stayed firmly in place.
Cardi wore a white jacket and skirt that showed plenty of flesh and featured zips that opened up to reveal inches of thighs.
Her jacket gaped open, and a single clasp secured it in place around her “renovated” ample chest.
The rapper’s skin glistened, and she kept her hair poker straight with shades of green painted over the ends.
Cardi’s make-up matched her hair, with a sweep of green eye shadow and lashings of black mascara.
Meanwhile, she showed off her recently studded mouth with two silver balls in her bottom lip.
The star walked the red carpet with “hot felon” Jeremy Meeks, singer Christina Millian and Khloe Kardashian’s ex Lamar Odom.
Cardi B welcomed her first child with rapper Offset in July last year.
She revealed her figure changed after the birth and said she needed a “renovation” to return them to their former glory.
In a hilarious video shared to her Instagram page, she stripped topless for her fans to display her bare bust, concealed only by large straps of tape on each side.
Revealing her issue to the camera, she says: “OK, I have never done this … but I’m have to tape my t***ies up.
“They were already a little low low, as I got them when I was 19 and I never wore a bra.
“But when I was pregnant they were looking nice.”
However, she went on to confess: “But now … man, I need a t***ie renovation! This is f***ed up, I’m here taping myself!”
The singer left viewers in stitches with the video, which she simply captioned: “Kulture did me bad.”
Cardi B, who first found fame on reality TV show Love & Hip-Hop, started dating Offset in February 2017, and they secretly married at their home in Georgia that September.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.