One year since making her late-night television debut, Cardi B returned to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” during the show’s week-long stint in Brooklyn.
The new mom looked back on the “crazy” past 12 months including giving birth to her daughter Kulture. “It’s the best,” she gushed about motherhood. “It’s like, ‘Oh my gosh. Shoulda had you when I was a teenager. That’s what I was missing my whole life? I love you.'”
She revealed that she wants to grow her family and have three or four kids. “The happiness that my baby brung me. It’s like, ‘I could do this over and over again.'” But she admits that child labor was difficult. “She broke my vagina,” said Cardi.
Kulture is already taking after her mom. “She’s very feisty. I be like, ‘Oh snap!’ I already see it coming. She really is very demanding.”
But while she’s enjoying motherhood, fame has prevented her from doing “normal” things with her daughter. “I don’t know who’s next to me and who has certain intentions,” she said. “I don’t want to show my baby out to the public right now. I just want to protect her. I’m not like mentally ready. Paparazzi be everywhere, even in my asshole.”
During the sit-down interview, the Invasion of Privacy superstar also spoke about growing up in the Bronx, meeting Tracy Morgan, and what she would do if she were Mayor of New York. “There are so many things that I want to do like rats, raccoons. I want to get rid of them.”
Offset recently threw a surprise party for Cardi to celebrate her birthday, but Cardi was not “too pleased for surprises.” But she did love the gift she received from her husband, a Lamborghini Urus. The only problem? She doesn’t know how to drive.
“Every single time that I start learning, because it’s not even that hard, I start getting excited… I be like, ‘You know what, no,'” she said. “But I’m a really good passenger because I automatically could tell when someone don’t know how to drive good.”