If you thought that Migos rapper Offset was raised in the hood, and from a broken family – you would be WRONG.
Cardi B;s husband Offset was raised in a well educated upper middle class family. And both of the rappers parents have college degrees.
Offset’s father is an engineer, and a member of the esteemed Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. We’re told that he also has a number of successful business ventures.
Offset’s mother works in the medical field. She is a proud member of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
The couple raised Offset properly. We’re told that Offset even went to an elite private school for a time.
So why – if he came from such a great home and is so educated – does Offset pretend to be so UNEDUCATED and HOOD??
You’ll have to ask Offset. Here’s a pic of his parents:
As you know this past weekend, the Migos rapper Offset attempted to win back his soon-to-be ex-wife, Cardi B, by crashing her set at the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles. The “No Complaints” spitter offered the mother of his child an apology, as well as a $15,000 “Take Me Back, Cardi” flower arrangement after confirming he entertained sleeping with other women. He also cheated on Cardi previously, with the “Money” rapper forgiving him the first time around.
Cardi was clearly irritated by the move, rejecting the gesture in front of the crowd. Offset later took to Twitter to explain his reasoning behind the decision.
“All my wrongs have been made public, I figure it’s only right that my apologies are made public too,” Offset wrote. “A n*gga was just trying….thank god I ain’t got no balloons sheesh.”
While Offset is the one asking for forgiveness, his step-father, who goes by Tony Pla on social media, believes Cardi’s need for “social media attention” plays a large role in the problems they’re having within the family, according to Facebook screenshots obtained by Baller Alert.
“Right now, my family is going through a very tumultuous time,” he allegedly wrote in an Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity group post. “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.”