In a new interview with Good Morning America, the Bronx native opened up about her relationship with Offset, how her grueling schedule put stress on their marriage, and how it’s important that they fix things since they have a daughter together.
“I feel we're going to be all right,” she said. “You know, got to take it slow.”
Cardi’s parents separated when she was 13, so she believes it’s “important” to have “two parents… at your household.”
She added that a “whole lot of people was telling me like, ‘Oh, you could date, you could find another man.’” She continued, “And it's like, I can. I could find anybody I want… I just feel like, you know, it's really hard to date when you're famous.”
"You don't know nowadays who want you for you," she said. "Sometimes I feeling people want me for Cardi B."
Regardless, she plans on having more kids, though she admits that it’s difficult to balance work and motherhood.
“It's like certain things I just miss,” she said, “But it's like I just think to myself ... her future's going to be so secure… Like, oh my gosh, she can have a Lambo when she's, like, 18.”
“But right now, I got to be in my grind," she continued. "I'm going to have more kids.”
On Sunday night, she even tweeted, “My baby just said papa .my wittlee baby.” Cardi resuming her relationship with Offset looks to be imminent.
Up to this point, Cardi has been denying rumors that she and Offset may be rekindling their relationship. Previously, on Jan. 31, she denied rumors that she and Offset have reunited after TMZ shared a report that the two had resumed their relationship. But afterward, the two were seen Facetiming at LAX, and she was all smiles, calling the Migos rapper her “significant other.”