Offset doesn’t want another baby with Cardi B just yet – as he wants his wife to “stay focused” on her career.
The couple – who tied the knot in September 2017 – welcomed their daughter Kulture Kiari in July 2018, and the Migos rapper has said there are no plans in place to expand their family further right now, as Cardi is busy working on her second album.
When asked about baby number two, Offset said: “Nah, I want [Cardi] to stay focused. She’s on her album. I don’t think that would be fair to her fans or her or her career. So nah, not right now.
“Just let her get her second album out and get her a big tour behind that and just spread her wings a little bit more. She’s not new, but she’s new.”
For now, the 28-year-old rapper and the ‘I Like It’ hitmaker are loving life as parents to 20-month-old Kulture, as Offset gushed over the tot’s ability to talk in both Spanish and English.
He added: “She’s talking in Spanish and English. Cardi’s dad doesn’t speak English and his whole side of the family speaks [mostly] Spanish. … [Kulture] says certain things, like, ‘Come here’ in Spanish. ‘Ven, ven, ven, ven.’ “
And the youngster is already starting to show off more of her personality, which includes a love for cars.
Offset told Us Weekly magazine: “She always wants to have one. She always wants to be able to drive [and] get in her little car every time she sees it. She loves them, and I know it comes from me.”
The ‘Bad and Boujee’ hitmaker and Cardi, 27, are no strangers to gushing over their little one, as Cardi previously told her Twitter followers she was “so in love” with her baby girl.
Cardi has also been very outspoken about the spread of the novel coronavirus. And now the ‘Like It Like That’ crooner has teamed up with FashionNova to provide relief for those affected by the impact of COVID-19.
In an Instagram post, the rapper noted, “Many of you are struggling to pay bills, feed your families, and take care of your overall essential needs. #FashionNovaCARES & I are giving away $1,000 EVERY HOUR until we’ve given away $1 MILLION DOLLARS to those directly affected by this crisis. Tell us how the $1,000 can help you during these times.”
Cardi B joins several other celebrities who have contributed to coronavirus relief. As reported on The Sauce, rappers Jay-Z and Meek Mill have sent 100,000 masks to prisoners amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
The rapping duo are heads of REFORM Alliance, an organization set up to reform the criminal justice system by changing laws and policies, and they have just donated 40,000 masks to Tennessee, 50,000 to Rikers Island and 5,000 to Parchman.