Saturday, 15 December, 2018

Cardi B admits baby Kulture broke her vagina during childbirth

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Adrian Cunningham | 19 October, 2018, 03:24

After all, she had just told him that the birth of her daughter, Kulture, had broken her vagina (par for the course).

Cardi B returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live! for an interview on October 17, and she spilled all the details about life with her newborn daughter, Kulture.

In a Rolling Stone interview this summer, she said she was surprised that President Donald Trump hadn't been impeached already. "People just be like, 'Oh, when you give birth, it's gonna hurt.' But nobody tells you [the real truth]".

She said: 'Yes, I am enjoying it.

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The Bodak Yellow rapper has admitted that Kulture "broke" her vagina during childbirth, and we'll give you a break to wail and squeeze your legs together after that revelation. "But the thing is that it's like now I gotta, like, be careful what I say, you know?" "Nobody told me they were gonna stitch my vagina!" she said.

The rapper was also asked about her recent tweet, which saw her ask her followers if they'd be mad at her if she were to get pregnant again.

Despite the manic and painful childbirth, Cardi is loving life as a mum, and told Jimmy that she wants "three or four" kids with husband Offset. "The happiness that my baby brung me". This is what I was missing my whole life? And during a new appearence on Jimmy Kimmel Live! She is very demanding. "I want to take a stroll down the street with my baby and I can't because I don't know who's next to me and who has certain intentions". I just want to protect her. "I would like to do normal things with my baby, but right now, I have to keep it very low key". I'm not mentally ready.