Cardi B has revealed that her Atlanta home was flooded after Hurricane Ida hit the United States this week.
The rapper, 28, showed the damage to her home on her Instagram story on Wednesday night. “The storm is no joke,” she said.
Her video showed water seeping into a bathroom and guest bedroom. “Oh my God, it’s starting to stink,” she said in the clip.
Cardi and her husband, rapper Offset, bought the Sandy Springs home in 2019 for $ 5.8 million. It is 22,000 square feet and has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and four half baths.
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The couple married in 2017 and are currently expecting their second child together. The musicians also share a daughter, Kulture, 3.
According to Fox 5 Atlanta, Hurricane Ida struck Tuesday and brought tornadoes, destructive winds and heavy rain. A flash flood warning was in effect until Wednesday.
Later that evening on Wednesday, the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept through the mid-Atlantic states with at least two tornadoes, high winds and torrential rains that collapsed the roof of a postal service building American, left cars and roads underwater and sent trash floating through the streets of New York.
Social media posts showed crumbling houses in a southern New Jersey county just outside of Philadelphia, not far from where the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado Wednesday night. Authorities had no immediate information about the injuries.
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Other video showed water rushing through Newark Liberty International Airport as the storm spread to New York City on Wednesday night.
The New York and New Jersey Port Authority, which operates the airport, tweeted at 10:30 p.m. that all flights were suspended and all parking lots were closed due to severe flooding. All train services to the airport have also been suspended.
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The National Weather Service recorded 3.15 inches of rain in Central Park in New York City in an hour, far exceeding the 1.94 inches that fell in an hour during Tropical Storm Henri on the night of August 21, which the it was believed at the time the most ever recorded in the park.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.