True to form, Cardi B went all out for her birthday bash this weekend, beginning the night in a neck-high metallic corset and ending it twerking on a rooftop. The lavish Las Vegas birthday looked like something out of a simpler time; before she'd filed for divorce from Offset or social distancing measures had been brought into effect.

Last month, Cardi went live on her OnlyFans to open up about her decision to divorce her husband of three years. Fast forward to her 28th birthday bash and photos of the two kissing and dancing together have flooded the Internet.

Fueling rumors of a reunion, Offset gifted Cardi a Rolls-Royce Cullinan with their daughter Kulture’s name embroidered into the seat and took out a billboard to wish her a happy birthday.

The Migos rapper wasn't the only big-name in the (very crowded) room. Kylie Jenner, Megan Thee Stallion, 21 Savage, Floyd Mayweather, Meek Mill, and The Weeknd were all in attendance. A marching band reportedly greeted Megan by playing "WAP."

As Cardi shared pictures of the festivities, fans were quick to note the lack of face masks or social distancing. Nevada health officials reported 380 new coronavirus cases in the state and two additional deaths on Sunday. That brings the total number of confirmed cases to 85,799 and the death toll to 1,661, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus website.

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