Rapper Offset revealed that he is trying to raise his kids as down-to-Earth as possible. That means his little ones do chores, stay out of the paparazzi’s eye and go to public school. In addition, he admitted that Kulture, his youngest child who he shares with Cardi B, doesn’t even have a nanny. Considering every Hollywood family usually has a gaggle of child care providers, it was a surprising revelation.
Considering he’s in such a high-profile relationship with his Grammy-winning wife, the two have taken extra precautions to keep Kulture’s life as private as possible. Part of baby K’s ~regular~ day-to-day care means no nannies. The infant is watched over exclusively by her mom, dad and grandmas. The Migos rapper also acknowledged during an interview with The Breakfast Club on February 27 that it’s hard to trust anyone except their immediate family to babysit.
They recently just showed her face to the public for the first time on the cover of Offset’s latest album, Father of 4. He divulged, “People got so much to say. We still won’t be posting all the time, you have to keep some things private. It’s scary because people be tripping.”
The artist, 27, has four children — Jordan, 9, Kody, 3, Kalea, 3, and Kulture, 7 months — who he shares with four different women. Don’t get it twisted: Just because he has a booming music career and raps about expensive cars doesn’t mean he wants entitled kids.
“I want my kids to be kids. I don’t like them having Instagram. I don’t want to move to L.A. so there won’t be cameras in their face … I keep my kids in public school, I don’t want my kid to be spoiled,” he explained to during an interview with The Breakfast Club on February 27.
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