Cardi B Says She Misses Sex with Offset
Cardi B may be divorcing Offset, but she still misses the D.
The newly-single star took to Instagram to let the public know that she wants Offset to “demolish” her, among other things. Sipping coffee, Cardi expressed her longing for sex with her husband, despite their recent breakup.
“I miss it…a lot,” she told her followers before continuing to reveal her sexual desires in graphic detail.
“I want it…in my throat…inside of me…demolishing me…destroying me,” added Cardi before grabbing some more coffee.
Offset tried to win back his wife by surprising her on stage at Rolling Loud in Los Angeles over the weekend, but it didn’t go over too well. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper didn’t look amused when he showed up with $15,000 in roses asking her to take him back.
“I just wanna tell you I’m sorry, bruh,” Offset told Cardi in front of thousands at Banc of California Stadium. “First, in front of the world, I love you. Whatever I gotta do to show you, bruh. I don’t give a fuck about nobody. I love you, bruh.”
Offset surprises Cardi B on stage at #RollingLoud and apologizes (video via @Real923LA) pic.twitter.com/JrNkrPR0kR
— Rap-Up (@RapUp) December 16, 2018
While Cardi may have seemed turned off by the gesture at the time, she later took to Instagram Live to defend her baby father against the backlash.
“Even though me and my baby father, we not on the right page right now, we not seeing each other eye to eye, I don’t want people talking crazy about him ’cause at the end of the day, that is my child’s father,” said Kulture’s mother. “He’s a good father and he was a good friend to me and when ni**as doing fucked up shit to me, my baby father helped me.”
It’s unclear whether the couple plans to get back together, but Offset’s father has weighed in on the family drama, blaming Cardi for sharing their lives on social media. “She seems to want to take everything to social media without regard to the devastation it has on others, past present and future or specifically what it does to the other children,” said Tony Cephus. “My whole family is in an uproar right now and I can’t fix it.”