Offset’s Alleged New Born’s Mom Feels Cardi B’s Lyrics is About Their Daughter – Details Here!
Celina Powell gave birth to a beautiful baby girl a week or so ago which she claims is fathered by Offset. As you know Offset is engaged to Cardi B, who may also be pregnant according to speculations. Celina named her baby girl Karma. Let’s take that in for a minute, because it could have an intent “karma” or it could just be a name that Celina likes.
On Friday, March 30th, Cardi B, dropped her new single called, “Be Careful.“ There is a lot of reading between the line happening here because there is really no empirical evidence as of yet for the conclusions that are being drawn. But, on a verse in “Be Careful” Cardi B rhymes, “F**k him, suck his d**k, you would’ve been pissed/But that’s not my M.O., I’m not that type of b*tch/And karma for you is gon’ be who you end up with/Don’t make me sick, n*gga.” This line cause Celina and many fans to speculate that Cardi B was rhyming about Offset’s alleged relationship with Celina and their alleged daughter.
According to a source, Celina plans to serve Offset with court ordered papers requiring him to submit to a DNA test in order to confirm that he is the father. She also alleges that people contacted her when Cardi B’s record first dropped to see if she heard the reference to her daughter. But Celina reportedly feels “the lyrics are petty that she has the nerve to talk about my child,” She continues “My baby is a week old. It just makes me mad as f**k she would use my daughter as something not to be proud of when i didn’t make Offset do anything he ain’t wanna do. But I am happy she’s at least acknowledging the fact that he’s the dad.”
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