Cardi B Admits Feeling Uneasy About Leaning on Her Parents for Support with Her Kids: 'They Mine'

The rapper shares her son Wave and daughter Kulture with husband Offset

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Cardi B is admitting that she can't do it all — but she doesn't want to lean too much on her support team.

The "I Like It" singer, 31, spoke with Rolling Stone in a new cover story, opening up about how she's been balancing motherhood with finishing her next album. The rapper is mom to son Wave, 2½, and daughter Kulture, 5½, whom she shares with husband Offset, 32.

Admitting that she's currently trying to look for a nanny, Cardi said she's been leaning on her parents for support, but is worried about putting too much pressure on them.

"I had them kids," the mom of two told the outlet. "They came out of my p----, not my mom's. They mine."

Although she noted that her husband is helping out when he can now that he's back from tour, Cardi said she still feels overwhelmed. "My kids come first. My kids come before anything."

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In October, Offset appeared on the Call Her Daddy podcast, speaking with host Alex Cooper about his relationship with his kids and reminiscing about some of his past choices.

Cooper asked Offset about how he has managed to get through the difficulties in his marriage with his wife Cardi B.

"Obviously you and Cardi went through things in your marriage and I feel like people online, as we know, they love to stick to a narrative. They love to be like, 'Once a cheater always a cheater.' Why do you think so many people are stuck on that and can't move on?" Cooper asked.

"Because I feel like people dive into the negativity. Also, I feel like there be like a hate train of people that don't like my wife. And she does everything else to the T, so that's the only thing you can attack. We all humans but at the end of the day, it does affect home," Offset responded of the rumors about his relationship with Cardi.

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"At the end of the day, we move past s---, get past s---. I was married very young. I was a 26-year-old getting married as a mega superstar," he said. "I made mistakes, right?"

"It's like it's a family thing, and it affects not just one person," Offset continued. "It affects the family, so that s--- be lame as hell. But we've gotten to a point where we're like, 'Ok, f--- y'all.'"

The rapper later noted that the rumors have affected his kids. "I got other kids with...I have other kids and I'm not with their mom and it's like. That s--- is hard. Like as they get older, they go to ask questions. Some of the hardest s--- I went through was my kids asking me, 'Why why why why why this and why why why why why.' That s--- hurts you."

"That's like another type of hurt where it's like, 'Oh s---. The kids saying that s---?' So I just want to be fair to everybody in the situation and not be selfish bro. Because that's how that s--- be, that s--- is selfish," added Offset.

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