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Done for Good! Cardi B Is ‘Not Taking’ Offset ‘Back This Time’ Following Divorce News: ‘He’s Crushed’

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Moving on. Cardi B is “not taking” ex Offset “back this time” following news of their divorce, a source tells In Touch exclusively.

“She’s done with him,” the insider notes. “She’s finally empowered, and she’s glad they never had the big wedding they were planning on. Offset is trying to play it hard like he’s fine with it, but he’s not, he’s crushed.” They added the Migos rapper, 28, was “blindsided.”

In Touch confirmed Cardi filed for divorce in Fulton County, Georgia on Tuesday, September 15. The “WAP” artist stated her marriage with Offset is “irretrievably broken” and there are “no prospects for a reconciliation,” according to documents obtained by In Touch. The Bronx, New York native asked for an “equitable division of all marital assets,” as well as their debts.

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The duo were first romantically linked in February 2017 after attending the Super Bowl together and wed in September that same year. In January 2018, however, Cardi (née Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar) confirmed Offset (née Kiari Kendrell Cephus) was at the center of a sex tape cheating scandal, three months after secretly tying the knot.

In a February 2018 interview with Cosmopolitan, Cardi opened up about the situation and why she decided to stay.

“I know I look good, I know I’m rich, I know I’m talented. I know I could get any man I want — any basketball player, football player,” the now mother of one — who shares daughter Kulture with Offset — said. “But I want to work out my s–t with my man, and I don’t got to explain why.”

“I’m not your property. This is my life … I’m going to take my time, and I’m going to decide on my decision,” she added. “It’s not right, what he f–king did — but people don’t know what I did, ’cause I ain’t no angel.”

The power couple hit a rough patch again in December 2018 when Cardi revealed via social media that they broke up.

“I been trying to work things out with my baby father for a hot minute now,” the Grammy winner explained to her followers. “And we’re really good friends and you know we’re really good business partners and you know, he’s always somebody that I run to, to talk to and we got a lot of love for each other, but things just haven’t been working out between us for a long time.”

Though they decided to stick it out at the time, it sounds like they’re officially over for good.

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Oresuki: Is The Series Canceled For The Second Season? Know About The Happening Of Season 2

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Have you all watched this anime series? One thing I can clearly say that if you have watched it, then you have become a fan of this series. Oresuki is a Japanese anime series that is an adaptation of a Japanese light novel from the maker Rakuda and Buriki. The series is phenomenal to watch and is loved by many fans.

This anime grabbed huge attention from the Japanese group among all the animes, which showed up for the fans in 2019. After the group gave good reviews to the first run at that point the series will get a second season 2. Presently every fan is waiting for the official confirmation.

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Is There Any Release Date For Season 2

Sorry to report as No announcements have been made by the makers of this anime series for the release date of the second run. Thusly, it is amazingly difficult to state when will prepare 2 will deliver. However, simultaneously, there is a demand for the second season. Fans of the anime series can expect the second season to release in 2021.

What’s The Characters Details

The lead characters of the first run of the series will be again found in season 2. If more characters are to be introduced, by then, we can expect them in 2021. We will update this when we get any official news on its air date.

• Amatsuyu Kisaragi, voiced by Daiki Yamashita

• Sumireko Sanshokuin, voiced by Haruka Tomatsu

• Aoi Hinata voiced by Haruka Shiraishi

• Sakura Akino, voiced by Sachika Misawa

• Taiyо̄ Ōga voiced by Yuma Uchida

• Hina Hanetachi, voiced by Shiori Mikami

• Chiharu Yо̄ki, voiced by Nao Tōyama

What’s The Story Hints

The second run of this anime will continue from where the first season is completed, and it was a cliffhanger finishing for the unexpected appearance. After the appearance of the first season finale, the association behind it took to its site to attest that an interesting Oresuki season 2 is on its way for the fans.

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Ratched: Season Two? Has the Netflix Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?

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PEN15 Season 2 recap: Episode 2, ‘Wrestle’

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Maya and Anna get into wrestling to get close to Maya’s crush in PEN15 season 2, episode 2, while Anna uses it to deal with her parent’s divorce.

In PEN15 season 2, episode 2, Anna and Maya discover a new outlet for their various woes: wrestling. Maya wants to join the wrestling team so she can get close to Brandt. At the same time, Anna is motivated to do so to channel some of her frustrations over her parent’s divorce and to separate herself from the girls in her grade after one writes “desperate s**t” in her chorus book.

Maya doesn’t get off to a great start with wrestling. Coach Brown doesn’t want her on the team, but since there is no real rule against it, he can’t stop her from joining. For him, it’s easier when Anna joins the team, too, since he can pair them together — much to Maya’s frustration.

She can’t wrestle Brandt anyway because she and Anna are in a different weight class. They go to extremes to gain extra weight by the time of the next mock meet, including lifting weights and eating hardboiled eggs slathered in peanut butter.

As Maya obsesses over a way to get close to Brandt, Anna starts to consider herself tough like one of the female pro wrestlers she watched on television. She tries to be “one of the guys,” so she can ignore the hurt orchestrated against her by her female peers.

At home, Anna has to witness her parents arguing over a pillow, and she takes it into her bedroom and starts punching it in the style of the woman she saw on television. Her dad’s words, “Life has a way of pummeling you. I hope you learn how to pummel back,” likely echoing in her head.

Eventually, Maya does get a chance to be alone with Brandt briefly, and she apologizes for everyone finding out about the threesome. Maya offers to do anything to make up for it, and it’s obvious Brandt is thinking of the sexual implications. However, the second the other team members arrive, he bursts out of his seat and pretends he had nothing to do with her.

It’s obvious Brandt is attracted to Maya, but since she is considered unpopular by the others, he’s not going to confess to that. When Sam asks him if the threesome rumor is true, Brandt says “barely,” both so he can pretend he has no interest in them yet maintain some credibility for being experienced and “cool” with girls.

Then he does the worst thing middle schools boys can do, which is show disgust for Anna and Maya’s bodies, saying they have “big, smelly, bushes” and vaginas that smell like fish. Even typing that out makes me cringe, but it’s an integral part of the episode. The boys label the duo “BSB” and laugh about it while working out.

Meanwhile, Anna accuses Maya of talking about nothing but Brandt for days, and the two bicker because Anna keeps interrupting them and Maya wants to get her first kiss.

PEN15 season 2 — “Wrestle” – Episode 202 — TJ (Cameron James Elie) and Maya Ishii-Peters (Maya Erskine), shown. (Photo by: Lara Solanki/Hulu)

PEN15 season 2, episode 2 recap: The girls learn what BSB means.

During the mock meet, Maya manages to defeat Anna in their match, meaning she moves on to wrestle the winner between middleweight competitors Sam and Brandt. Sam wins, meaning he and Maya face off. It gets ugly between them fast as Maya is frustrated she isn’t wrestling Brandt and accuses Sam of being jealous because no girl wants to go in a closet with him. It’s then that Sam tells her what a BSB is and why they’re all calling her and Anna that.

Devastated, Maya taps out of the match. Sam tries to say it was just a joke and doesn’t mean anything,  but Maya hides in the locker room to cry and tell Anna what the boys said. They’re just as bad as the gossiping girls in their class! Later, Anna and Maya can’t help but examine their bodies in the mirror to see if what Brandt said about them is true. They talk to each other on the phone as they conduct their examinations. Maya even sprays herself with body mist — “It burns!”

I feel like this entire subplot was so heartbreakingly realistic (as the show often is) to preteen girls and their experiences with insecurity. Women are held to much stricter hygiene standards than men and are told to be ashamed and embarrassed by their bodies from such a young age. Having someone you were intimate with, even briefly, tell people you’re disgusting is devastating to a girl that age.

There is almost no higher insult at that age than having something on your body, especially something as intimate as your vagina, insulted and made into a humiliating rumor between a bunch of dudes — especially if one is a guy you happen to have a crush on! It also gave us a  few hilarious lines from Maya, like “it looks like an animal, it needs some catnip,” and cat noises.

Odds & ends from PEN15 season 2, episode 2

  • As I mentioned in my PEN15 season 1 refresher, the second season will expand on some of the storylines with the male characters. Gabe (Dylan Gage) feels left out as his best friend Sam stops having time for their former interests, like their Weasels comic, and becomes increasingly interested in his friendship with Brandt. It’s evident that Gabe is dealing with the emotional turmoil of seeing your friend move on and some budding romantic feelings.
  • Bustle points out that Maya and Anna do their best to “carve out space” in a typically male-dominated space, and also make this point: “Why shouldn’t Maya work off her horniness and Anna her anger in a physical way when it’s considered socially acceptable for boys to do the same?”
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All seven episodes of PEN15 season 2A are now available to stream on Hulu.

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