Rapper Cardi B has spoken about some of the issues she has been facing since giving birth to her four-month-old daughter Kulture with rapper Offset.
In a live video she did on Instagram, Cardi B says she has been very depressed because she can’t stop losing weight’ after the birth of her baby.
‘I’ve been very depressed because I cannot stop losing weight. And it’s so crazy because when I first gave birth, I did everything to lose my baby weight. I was drinking Teami [tea] so it could curb my appetite and now that I lost all the baby weight… of course I don’t like looking too skinny.’
‘I used to look too skinny as a teenager and I used to hate it and I hate it now,’ she said. ‘It’s been really depressing me, making me sad. My weight. You know what I’m saying.’
In her Instagram Live video the 26-year-old also gushed about her baby’s looks, saying Kulture: ‘is just too gorgeous…. They took my best egg.
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‘Her lips is crazy… her lips is a mix of Offset, [Cardi’s sister] Hennessy and Rihanna’s lips. This might be Rihanna’s baby.
‘She’s just so exotic looking. She just like…I don’t know. She don’t even look like me. Then her eyes, they just so. Wow! They so big. And it’s like, what the hell? I don’t got big eyes and Daddy don’t have big eyes… she looks like a doll.’
But one thing she doesn’t like about motherhood, is the affect on her love life.
‘I haven’t got f***ed in like, two weeks,’ she said. ‘That last week we were supposed to f*** and I got my f***ing period. That s**t was heavy as f**.’
The I Like It hitmaker is known for her bold outfits but she insists she won’t be making changes her style now she’s a mom.
Asked if she plans to change her style since she had a baby, she said: ‘Not at all. I don’t feel like I gotta change my style because I had a baby. I feel like the only time I should change my style is if I have my baby on me.
‘Like, no I don’t want to wear a god damn thong and walk around my baby. But I don’t feel like I gotta change.’