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Cardi B and Offset reveal first photo, name of their 7-month-old son

He’s about to surf his first wave of fame.

Cardi B and Offset have finally announced the name of their 7-month-old baby boy: Wave Set Cephus.

“🦕🌊🧸,” the “I Like It” singer, 29, captioned the first photos of her son on social media on Thursday.

In the cute snaps, Wave wears a blue puffy coat and a chunky diamond chain.

Fans were quick to jump into the comments section, noting that he bears a strong resemblance to his big sister, 3-year-old Kulture.

“Omg!!!!🥺 he is so cute!! Him and the kulture twins wow,” one follower wrote, while another joked, “Homie looks like he bought a tape to drop off.

The Migos rapper, 30, also shared a photo of his son, wearing nothing but diamond earrings and lots of ice cream around his neck. “WAVE SET CEPHUS,” he captioned the photo of his fifth child.

Cephus wave set
Wave is Cardi’s second child and Offset’s fifth child.
Cardi B/Instagram

Wave’s birth was announced by the couple, who married in 2017, on September 6, with an Instagram photo of the baby bundled up in a Louis Vuitton blanket in the hospital with his parents.

“We are so thrilled to finally meet our son,” the couple said in a statement at the time. “He is already so loved by his family and friends and we can’t wait to introduce him to his other siblings.”

Offset shares Wave and Kulture with Cardi, as well as daughter Kalea, 6, and sons Kody, 6, and Jordan, 11, with former partners.

Cardi B and Offset with their son.
The couple, who said “I do” in 2017, are now a blended family of seven.
Cardi B/Instagram

The blended family of seven is featured in a new photoshoot for ESSENCE, appearing on the cover of the May/June issue.

Cardi shared a slew of snaps of her stylish offspring posing in a range of outfits, from pink tulle dresses to coordinating monochrome looks.

The cover showed the “Up” hitmaker gazing lovingly at her baby boy, while Offset held Kulture as she planted a kiss on his cheek.

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