Offset Explains Why He Interrupted Cardi B's Rolling Loud Set For Apology Stunt

Offset crashed Cardi B’s Rolling Loud set on Saturday evening (December 15) to situation a public apology for his indiscretions. Unfortunately for him, Cardi wasn’t receptive to the gesture and followers have condemed his actions on social media.

In the aftermath of his ill-fated stunt, Offset provided an evidence for why his efforts to get Cardi again haven’t remained behind closed doorways. The Migos member hopped on Twitter on Sunday (December 16) to disclose his rationale for the scenario.

“All of my wrongs have been made public, i figure It’s only right that my apologies are made public too. A nigga was just trying,” he wrote. “thank god I ain’t got no balloons sheeesh.”

Offset has been pining for his spouse ever since they broke up earlier this month. Cardi revealed their cut up on December four and has overtly entertained the thought of getting a divorce.

Although Cardi didn’t settle for Offset’s apology, she did defend him amid criticism of his Rolling Loud stunt.

“I’m not going to let fuck ass people disrespect my baby’s father,” she mentioned in an Instagram livestream.

Cardi and Offset’s daughter Kulture was born in July. Fans received their first have a look at the child lady earlier this month when Cardi posted an image of her on-line.

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“I just want to tell you I’m sorry bruh. In person. In front of the WORLD.” • #Offset stunned #CardiB on stage at #RollingLoud with “Take Me Back” flowers 😳👀 #BardiGang

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