Cardi B admitted things got pretty tough during her baby’s birth as she appeared on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
The 26-year-old told Kimmel, 50, that she feels like her 3-month-old daughter Kulture is what she’s been missing all of her life. However, she did add that giving birth was “totally harder” than she imagined.
Cardi shared, “She broke my vagina,” before she went on: “Why nobody told you about those things? Nobody told me they were gonna stitch my vagina.”
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.
She told Kimmel: “Oh well, you know, people have mixed feelings,” before she added that she wants “three or four” kids.
Cardi continued, “I do feel like I need a rest, but oh my god, the happiness that my baby brung me is just like I could just do this over and over again.
“This [is] what I was missing my whole life.”
The interview then saw Cardi admit that the little one is already “very demanding,” just like she is.
The star went on, “My husband [Offset] used to tell me, like, stop screaming and stop catching that attitude when you pregnant ’cause you’re gonna pass that to the baby, and it’s like, I did. I did.”
Babies aside, Cardi also revealed what she’d do if she was the mayor of New York in the interview, as well as talk about her face blowing up from a food allergy and being a terrible driver.
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