The mother of Offset's oldest daughter Kalea took issue with some of the lyrics on the Father of 4's title track. In a number of social media posts and an Instagram Live session, Kalea's mother Shya L'Amour criticized the rapper's parenting. She's since apologized, explaining that she was just surprised to hear the lyrics and that she's actually happy with his growth as a father.

"Oh she loves him," L'Amour told TMZ about Offset's relationship with Kalea. "They're really good now. He has stepped up, he has been around to show her that affection that she needs." She specifically pointed out that Cardi B has been an overwhelmingly positive force in the Migos rapper's life.

"Since he's been with her he's definitely," she said. "I've seen a lot of growth.... She has a really good heart."

"When I first heard the lyrics, it was just like... It was hurtful," she continued. "I was really talking out of emotion when I did that Live, so I apologize for that. But yeah it was hurtful. And I had no heads up or nothing, I didn't get a call afterwards, I heard it at the same time the world did." 

She said during her Instagram Live rant that Offset blocked her on all social media platforms before releasing Father of 4. "Kalea, you my first, first daughter," Offset rapped on the album's title track. "I missed the first years of your life, I'm sorry/Tell the truth, I ain't really know if I was your father/Tell the truth, I really don't even know you mama."