Tue, Dec 18 09:52 AM |Entertainment

Offset's Dad Has Plenty To Say About His Impending Divorce To Cardi B As He Airs His Daughter-In-Law Out

The shocking end of Cardi B and Offset’s hip-hop love story is far from over. 

As we saw, Offset made a cringe-worthy attempt to win his wife's heart back by crashing her headlining set at the Rolling Loud Festival this past weekend.

Apparently, the festival officials and Cardi's team was in on Offset's antics but Bardi wasn't here for it as she shut down her husband's attempt and got him escorted off stage. 

Now another member of the family is coming out with some bold claims about the ongoing issues between the estranged couple. 

Offset's father, Tony Cephus, took to Facebook to publicly diss his daughter-in-law for using her divorce as a stunt to sell music and advance her career. 

Tony began his post with: “Right now, my family is going through a tumultuous time. What you see in the media is only the tip of the iceberg. Social media is a powerful tool, but certainly no place for family situations; however, our youth, specifically my son’s wife doesn’t understand that. She seems to want to take everything to social media without regard to the devastation it has on others, past present and future or specifically what it does to the other children.”


Addressing the fact that his son isn't perfect, Tony added: “He has done his share of dirt but does feel the whole scenario is a tic for tack, mudslinging situation fueled by jealousy, envy, insecurities, psychological issues, drugs, etc., etc., etc. While he ain’t perfect, he is mine, and as a parent, I have a duty to protect him. Right now, I cannot do that. We are talking about a 25-year-old with an unlimited supply of money, women chasing him, people at his disposal, etc.”


He went on to slam Cardi: “Couple that with a hot headed female that thrives off of social media attention and is on the same financial level as/above him and it’s a recipe for disaster.”


Offset's Dad also called out Cardi for sharing the first photo of Baby Kulture on Instagram “out of spite” during the drama as he said: “It was supposed to come out in his album. She basically screwed my whole family over that vowed not to release pictures to social media.”

Aww look how cute baby #Kulture is 😍😍 #Cardi posted a pic of her adorable baby!

Tony Cephus ended his rant by expressing why he went public: “My whole family is in an uproar right now, and I can’t fix it. I would not wish this on anyone. I would give anything to go back to simply being a school teacher and coach.”


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Previous story by Vincent "Heartbreak" Tucker (12/5/2018 at 9:51 am CT):

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Wow... we definitely didn't see this coming! 


Despite most of Cardi B's life being very front and center, she has been committed to keeping her five-month-old daughter, Kulture, out of the spotlight.

Unlike many new mothers, she had opted out of creating Instagram accounts and splashing her daughter's face around online. 

She has shared adorable videos, swooning over her child whenever given the chance and trolled fans about revealing Kulture’s face to the world. 

The Bronx femcee even got into an altercation with Nicki Minaj, because the Queen rapper supposedly made disparaging comments about her parenting choices.

Well everything just changed as Cardi B took to Instagram to share the first photo of baby Kulture.

“My heart,” the “I Like It” rapper captioned the pic of Kulture sitting in a car seat in a pink coat and matching head wrap and bib with a sweet look on her face.

Aww look how cute baby #Kulture is 😍😍 #Cardi posted a pic of her adorable baby!

The timing is odd considering she and Offset just announced their separation Tuesday night (12/4).
 

#PressPlay: #CardiB announces she and #Offset are no longer together and he responded 👀

Cardi B and Offset began dating in February 2017, got married later that year in September and welcomed Kulture in July 2018.

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