What a catch! Rapper Cardi B flashes cleavage in fishnets and ruffles at the MOBO Awards
She's known for her provocative ensembles.
But rapper Cardi B kept in somewhat demure as she was spotted in a full length gown at the MOBO awards in?London on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old - real name Belcalis Almanzar - looked elegant with a dash of sex appeal as she rocked the feather fringed and mesh couture.
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Rapper's delight:?Cardi B, 25, kept in somewhat demure as she was spotted in a full length gown at the MOBO awards in London on Wednesday
She put her enviable figure on center stage in the dress that had see-through sections made from fishnet.
Her ample bosom could not be denied as the plunging bodice was covered with a scant amount of mesh fabric.
Adding luxury to the ravishing red carpet look, Cardi B flaunted ruffles on the hem of her revealing gown.
Throwing caution to the wind, the up and comer went virtually makeup free adding a neutral palette and soft taupe lip.
Demure:?The rapper - real name Belcalis Almanzar - looked elegant with a dash of sex appeal as she rocked the feather fringed and mesh couture
Fringe: She put put her enviable figure on center stage in the dress that had see-through sections made from fishnet
Later in the evening, the darling diva performed in a provocative black leather and lace ensemble.?
Mobo Awards is an annual celebration of the best in urban music.?
While the night was dominated by male winners, British rapper and singer Stefflon Don accepted her award for Best Female Act.
Provoke:?Later in the evening, the darling diva performed in a provocative black leather and lace ensemble
Other music star who took home awards were J Hus who won Best Song for his track Did You See and Giggs who won Best Hip Hop Act while South Londoner Dave won?Best Newcomer.
While Mist picked up Best Video, Wizkid for Best International Act and?Craig David nabbed his sixth MOBO for Best R&B/Soul Act.?
Elsewhere, Damian Marley was named Best Reggae Act, Moses Boyd took home Best Jazz Act, Davido won Best African Act,?and Volney Morgan & New-Ye won Best Gospel Act.
Killer:?Mobo Awards is an annual celebration of the best in urban music
MOBO Awards 2017 Winners
BEST MALE ACT?
Stormzy - winner?
BEST FEMALE ACT
Stefflon Don - winner
J Hus – Common Sense
Nines – One Foot Out
Sampha – Process
Stormzy - Gang Signs & Prayer - winner
Wretch 32 – Growing Over Life?
Dave - winner
Did You See - JHus (Produced by JAE5) - winner
Dun Talkin - Kojo Funds Feat. Abra Cadabra (Produced by GA)
Addison Lee - Not3s (Produced by Malv On The Track)
Big For Your Boots - Stormzy (Produced by Sir Spyro & Fraser T Smith)
Bestie - Yungen Feat. Yxng Bane ?(Produced by ADP)?
Walk The Walk - Bossman Birdie (Directed by Luke Davies)
Spirit - J Hus (Directed by Hugo Jenkins)
The Isle of Arran - Loyle Carner (Directed by Georgia Hudson)
Hot Property - Mist (Directed by Oliver Jennings) - winner
Big For Your Boots - Stormzy (Directed by Daps)
BEST HIP HOP ACT
Giggs - winner
BEST GRIME ACT
Stormzy - winner
BEST R&B/SOUL ACT?
Craig David - winner
BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT
Wizkid - winner
BEST AFRICAN ACT
Davido - winner
BEST REGGAE ACT
Damian Marley - winner
BEST JAZZ ACT
Moses Boyd - winner
BEST GOSPEL ACT
Volney Morgan & New-Ye - winner
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