Offset‘s public battle to get his wife back amid cheating allegations was met with opposition when he crashed Cardi B’s Rolling Loud set. Now, the Migos member is clearing the air about that seemingly sweet December gesture that went horribly left on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
When asked if he regretted interrupting the “Clout” collaborator’s set, the 27-year-old responded, “I love my wife, so it’s serious, it’s not a game to me. We have schedules and we have shows, and I just felt like if I gave her a break between that time, I just can’t give that break between time, so it’s my forefront, I step to it as a man to say I’m wrong. I step to it as a man, and you don’t have to take me back but I just want you to know I love you and I care and I’m putting it all out on the table.”
— Romario Bautista (@coquihanii) December 16, 2018
The father-of-four went on to explain that the public approaches he took to his relationship were to ensure Cardi that he had no intention of hiding their partnership or his love for her. “I asked her to marry me in Philadelphia at the radio show in front of 60,000 people,” he mentioned. “And when I did that, they were like, ‘Oh why’d he do that?’ Because it’s my affection showing, I’m not hiding it. I’m not hiding my affection for you, that’s all. That’s just me being vulnerable, I guess.”
Offset continued his speech noting that the public’s response to these acts of vulnerability discourages men from showing their true emotions. “That’s why our men don’t be trying to be vulnerable, cause when you do it, it’s like there’s something wrong with it either way,” he said.