Rapper Cardi B admits motherhood is much harder than she expected and she worries Kulture will forget her when rapper jets off for work.
The mother of an eight-month-old Kulture Kiari – whom she shares with husband, Offset has now opened up about the hard reality of motherhood, confessing it was more difficult than she thought.
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Speaking at the Beautycon Festival in New York City Cardi said she was beauty said she was worried about all her travelling that her daughter will forget her.
It’s very hard. It’s like the hardest challenge ever. I don’t even like talking about it. I really don’t like talking about it because it’s, like, very hard.
The 26-year-old rapper maintained;
For example, I haven’t seen my baby now in two days because I was in Vegas, now I’m here. And it’s just hard because I be like, “damn, will she forget about me, like, in two days?
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The Bodak Yellow rapper went on to explain that she thought she’d just get a nanny and have her daughter fly around the world with her.
When I was pregnant, I used to be like, it’s gonna be easy. I’m just gonna hire a nanny and my baby’s gonna come with me everywhere. But it’s like once you have the baby, it’s hard to get a nanny because you don’t trust anybody with your kid!
She continued to praise her mom and sister for helping out with her daughter but said it’s too much for her mom to go from city to city within 72 hours.
On top of that, me and her dad, we’re always in different places. Like I used to think, “oh we gonna be in this house in Atlanta, big this, big that”, but we haven’t even been in our house for, like, two months!
She concluded by saying that Kulture was going to have a Lamborghini when she is 18.
The ‘Bodak Yellow’ hitmaker and her husband Offset – who already has three other kids from previous relationships – welcomed their daughter into the world in July 2018. Since then, they continue to raise their daughter away from the spotlight.