Cardi B is famous not just for being a talented female rap act but also for being in the news frequently for different reasons. Recently the rapper was on Jimmy Kimmel live and she discussed several emotional details about her life, though in the most hilarious manner most of the time.

While talking about childbirth she claimed motherhood was fun but it wasn’t while birthing Kulture as the child “broke her vagina.” She admitted she required stiches after the process to get back in shape. After the birth of her child both the rapper and her spouse, Offset, are beginning to adjust to parenthood.

Cardi and Kulture on stage. Source:

Sharing further details about the birth of Kulture Kiari Cephus the rapper said she never expected it to be that painful and difficult. She claimed she had gotten hints that birthing a child could be difficult but she had no idea it could be that crazy.

It was totally harder [than I expected]. She broke my vagina. You know, why nobody told you about those things? Nobody told me they were going to stitch my vagina.”

Cardi B and Offset on the red carpet of the 46th AMA Awards. Source:

In response to her, the ever hilarious Jimmy Kimmel said, “That’s a rude thing for her to do” referring to Kulture. When asked how she is adjusting to motherhood the hitmaker said she truly enjoys every aspect of it. In her words, “It’s the best. It’s like, oh my gosh. I should’ve had you when I was a teenager.”

In discussing her lavish birthday party the Friday before the rapper revealed that she had fallen sick from eating ceviche. She had believed that the surprise birthday party which Offset threw for her was just a romantic dinner. She said she was overwhelmed with emotions as she her partner treated her to a flamboyant Lamborghini truck.

Cardi B and husband Offset with her Lamborghini truck. Source:

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