Offset Boasts About His Cute Kids On Instagram: "My Kids Look Better Than Yours"

It seems to be like Offset is taking a break from making an attempt to get Cardi B again. After a weekend full of partying for his birthday and stage crashing Cardi B’s Rolling Loud set with $15,000 flowers and an indication that learn “take me again,” the “Ric Flair Drip” rapper is seemingly exhausted and taking time to mirror on his little blessings, his youngsters. 

Offset hit up Instagram to share a photograph two his different youngsters, Kalea Marie and Kody Cephus, with a photograph that exhibits them holding on to their dad’s arms with an enormous grin coming from Kalea. “M Y  Okay I D S  L O O Okay  B E T T E R  T H A N  Y O U R S,” Offset captioned the lovable photograph. 

Speaking Cardi B, simply yesterday she hit up Instagram Live to confess that she’s lacking intercourse, which led many to imagine she could or will not be excited about getting again with Offset. “I miss it, so much. I would like it…in my throat…inside me,” she stated. “Demolishing me…destroying me.”

We’ll should see how lengthy this breakup between the 2 rappers final. Who thinks they’re going to be again collectively by New Years?

Wiz Khalifa Is A Proud Dad On Son's First Day Of Kindergarten

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose’s five-year-old son proves that he’s growing up so fast since today marks his first day kindergarten. Sebastian Taylor Thomaz looks like a cutie in the photo his dad shared to Instagram, while Wiz looks like the proudest dad out there. “❤️1ST DAY OF KINDERGARTEN❤️RODE THE BUS AND ERE THANG‼️😝,” he captioned the photo. 

“The biggest joy is seeing that boy every day and he just lights my life up. When I see his face or when I hear his voice,” Wiz previously stated when talking about the biggest joys and hurdles being a dad.

“He sleeps in my bed with me so I just roll over and look at him like, “I love this boy.” The biggest hurdle is just the balance between studio live and normal life. For a long ass time, it takes a lot to reprogram your brain from 18 years work,” he added. “I’ve been going to the studio every day since high school. Then, to have another responsibility that’s just as important, I had to reprogram and put just as much energy into that balance.”