Offset and his wife Cardi B have been the subject of public debate since their split in early December. Sharing eight-month-old daughter, Kulture along with high-profile careers, the months leading up to their reunion have proven to be touchy. The American rapper has always been very open about his feelings towards his partner – read: Twitter posts and very public apologies – but now, he has opened up to Ellen DeGeneres, explaining his public displays of love.
Appearing on the famed talk-show late last week, amongst talks of cash-money, new music and and a near-fatal car crash, Ellen took the opportunity to delve deep into his relationship with the Bodak-Yellow star. While Offset seemed to be a little uncomfortable with the question he remained candid, touching on vulnerability in men.
“I love my wife so it’s serious, not a game to me,” Offset said in regards to his criticised public apology to Cardi B. “We have schedules and we have shows and I just felt like, if I gave a break between time, I can’t give that break between time.”
“It’s just me being vulnerable, I guess, and it kinda bit me with the response of the people,” he continued. “But that’s why our men don’t be trying to be vulnerable. Because when you do it, it’s like, ah, there’s something wrong with it either way.”
Despite his critics, Offset has always been open about his opinions and has always proved to be generous. Further on in the interview, he presented Ellen with a stack of cash and a $25,000 cheque towards her namesake charity.
Watch the clip below.