Despite pleas from her beloved #BardiGang, Cardi B is going public with news that she and ex-beau Offset are an item again.
As we reported here, earlier this week the rapstress told the press she and the Migos star were “working things out” just months after announcing their breakup due to his reported infidelities. Now, taking to our friends at Entertainment Tonight, she confirms they are not only working it out but fans shouldn’t be surprised if baby Kulture doesn’t have a little sister or brother in the future.
But, while dishing about her personal life, the Grammy-nominee also confirmed something that definitely won’t “work out” is an attempt to have her join headliner Maroon 5 on the Super Bowl stage. After seeing the backlash rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi received for their reported contributions to this year’s half time show at the big game (click here for more on that), the ‘Trap Selena’ – despite being in Atlanta this weekend – says she’s taking a hard pass.
Hear her discuss these things and more inside:
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On status of relationship with Offset:
“We’re working it out,” Cardi, 26, told ET’s Kevin Frazier of her relationship with her estranged husband while in Atlanta, Georgia, on Friday. “Taking it slow.”
“We’re always going to be a family that’s together. My baby loves us both,” she told ET, referring to their 6-month old daughter, Kulture. “Having a baby that the whole world wants to see and watch and know, we just have to be very overly protective. We make sure we’re always communicating, show care and make sure that we [are in] sync. Our schedules are so crazy and it’s just [important to] spend time. These are the times that babies recognize their parents. They want to be close to their parents all the time.”
On having more kids:
“I want to have more kids,” she shared. “Whatever my body can take, and I feel like I can take it. It’s so easy for people to be like, ‘Oh, I want four or five kids.’ But it’s like, ‘Can you really take that?'”
On performing at Super Bowl with Maroon 5:
“It wouldn’t be the perfect time,” Cardi told ET. I stand on what I stand, you know what I’m saying? I stand on what I stand. I am doing other things, because, you know, they like to make money out of us. Why not make a little money out of them?”
“I can’t push my limits,” she continued, adding, “My soul wouldn’t feel right. But I know me and Maroon 5 have a lot of performances coming [up]. That song just means so much to me.”