Rap stars Cardi B and Offset are giving their marriage another chance.
Cardi B filed for divorce last month and asked for “primary physical custody” of the couple’s two-year-old daughter, Kulture.
At the time, she called the relationship “irretrievably broken”.
But the 28-year-old, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, had the case dismissed “without prejudice” on Monday – meaning she has the right to refile the divorce at a later date.
The pair publicly rekindled their romance during Cardi B’s 28th birthday celebrations in Las Vegas and Atlanta last month.
She later told fans: “I just be starting to miss [him]. It’s hard not to talk to your best friend. It’s really hard not to talk to your best friend.”
‘Protect what’s most important’
A judge will still have to sign off on the dismissal, but Offset – the stage name of Migos rapper Kiari Cephus – acknowledged in a statement to Billboard that the couple had reconciled.
“I can confirm that the divorce filed by Cardi B has been dismissed,” his lawyer Onyema Anene Farrey said.
“My firm and I have always been an advocate for helping fathers protect what’s most important to them – their families and their children. That was no different here.
“We remain in Offset’s corner and in support of him and his future. He thanks his fans for their continued love and support.”
Cardi B, whose hits include I Like It Like That and WAP, did not comment on the end of the divorce case. Instead, she took to Instagram to encourage her followers to vote in the US presidential election.