When it comes to her family, Cardi B will definitely do any and everything for them.
During a conversation with The New York Times in celebration of the 50th anniversary of hip hop, the Grammy Award-winning rapper opened up about “the perks of fame.” “When I bought my mom a house, that meant a lot to me. When I bought my house with my husband, that meant a lot to me. When I bought another house… damn, I bought a lot of houses,” she said.
Cardi B also shared how she spoils her children, revealing that she spent around $20,000 on a playground set for them. “But it also do be the little things, right? I just bought this playground set for my kids and it’s huge. It looks insane. And I spent in the 20 thousands for it,” the “WAP” hitmaker admitted. “Of course it’s not my biggest purchase ever, but this is what I work hard for, for my kids. Overly spending on your kids doesn’t mean that you’re a great parent, but it makes you feel good. It makes you feel like you’re living your childhood dream.”
Cardi B shares two children with her husband Offset, a 5-year-old daughter, Kulture Kiari, and an almost 2-year-old son, Wave Set. The couple is known for going all out for their children. During an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last year, Offset explained why he and his wife always “do it big for our kids.”
“We love our kids,” the Georgia native said. “At the end of the day, we went through life and we didn’t have the opportunities. I bet if my mama had the chance, she would have went all out and did what she wanted to do for me. So I’m just lending it to my kids. Just letting them see they can have another life too, you know? We work hard to do that.”
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I know I can be a little extra when it comes to my kids but I ain’t really had shit growing up soooo yea imma ball— Cardi B (@iamcardib) September 5, 2022
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