Offset's Alleged Mistress Speaks Out, Apologizes To Cardi B

"I never wanted to break up a happy home."

Cardi B alerted the world through her Instagram page late Tuesday night (Dec. 4) that she and her husband of just over a year, rapper Offset, would be separating. She stated that she still has love for him as the father of her child, but she believes they "fell out of love."

An alleged mistress of the Migos member, Summer Bunni, sent a tearful apology video to TMZ stating that she was rather remorseful for possibly causing Cardi and Offset's marriage to dissolve. The Internet claims that the 20-year-old Instagram model was one of the young women Offset tried to have a threesome with.

"I have not messed with Offset since he had his baby, I didn’t know how serious this marriage was," the young woman said during the video. "I kind of read, I kind of see things. It took until today to actually get into this, seeing everything [in the news]."

Later on, she starts to cry and offers and apology to the "Money" MC. She also states that while some women would brag about their high-profile sexual conquest, she feels rather ashamed to be part of the situation.

"A lot of girls would just deal with this situation and just be like 'Yo, I took Cardi B's n***a,’ or Ii’m the reason they’re getting a divorce...' I feel ashamed... To Cardi B and her fans and her family and to her situation, these was never my intentions. I never wanted to break up a happy home, to be the cause of someone just saying 'f**k it.'"

While Summer hasn't spoken to Cardi since the news of the split spread, she wants to assure her that she's a "genuine person" who wasn't trying to mess up her marriage.

"I’m sorry I didn’t think about my worth as a young lady," she concludes. "I just hope she can overcome this… I know her and Offset actually do have love for each other.”

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READ MORE: Cardi B Announces Break Up With Husband Offset: "We Grew Out Of Love"

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