Offset, the Migos rapper, revealed on Saturday that he got a tattoo on his face honoring his seven-week-old daughter with Cardi B, Kulture Kiari. The rapper got her name imprinted right near his jawline.
The artist thanked Offset on the ‘Gram for “trusting (him) with his daughter’s name and the rest of the space on them sideburns.” The tattoo artist added two thumbs up-emoticons, as well.
According to the rapper, he actually has all of his children’s names tattooed on his body. In a video, he said, “No, I don’t just got her name.” The rapper said he’s got his “other boy right here,” as well as his oldest son, Jordan, that’s on his shoulder.
As you may know, Offset, or Kiari Cephus, has three children from other women, Jordan, Kody, and Kalea Marie. And in January, the rapper got a tat on his neck of Cardi.
Ever since giving birth on the 10th July, Cardi B hasn’t shown the world just what baby Kulture looks like. However, she has offered a few glimpses. At the beginning of the month, the 25-year-old Love And Hip Hop alum shared a photo of herself and Offset smiling at their baby.
Furthermore, Cardi B managed to trick nearly the whole audience during this year’s MTV Video Music Awards last month after she had them believe she brought her baby on the stage.
The VMA’s this year, which also happened to be her very first public event this year after giving birth to Kulture Kiari, had Cardi come on to the stage holding bunched up pink blankets in her arms.
At first, viewers, as well as those in the audience genuinely believed the Invasion Of Privacy rapper brought out an infant child as a sort of prop, or trophy to be shown off. However, thankfully, it was all a joke. Following the show, Offset said he was “so mad” on Twitter because he thought she was going to show the baby.