“I’m Sorry. Let me come home.” – Offset Apologizes To Cardi B On His Debut Solo Album

Offset has dropped his debut solo album, “Father of 4” and the album addresses issues about his family including an apology to his wife Cardi B.

On the album, the Migos rapper had a personal tone including a cover art featuring his four children and a track with his wife, Cardi B.

One of the tracks on the album. “Don’t Lose Me,” has however got the attention of fans as it starts off with the audio candid apology he issued publicly back in December 2018 after Cardi B confirmed they were no longer together. In the Instagram video, he had begged to win his lady love after he implied that he had been unfaithful.

“And I apologize, you know what I’m sayin’? Breaking your heart, breaking our promise, breaking God’s promise, and being a, a, selfish and messed up husband, you know what I’m sayin’? I’m tryn– I’m tryna be a better person. I wanna get this off…” he says at the top of the song.

He goes on to rap about trying to reconcile.

“I’m sorry, let me come on home (Come home)/She said “Put down the styrofoam.”

On the track, Offset also references their daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus.

“You told me don’t use me (Don’t use you)/KK, all beauty (KK)/When I’m lookin’ down at her, it’s you and me/She taught me don’t lose me.”

He also points out what he loves about his Grammy award-winning wife,

“I love your attitude, moody/I love when you call a n—a stupid/I love that you’re ratchet not boujee.”

Offset ensured to make it clear that he wants this relationship to last.

“Number one, it’s a loyalty code (Number one)/Temptation, had the devil in my soul (Temptation)/I wanna be with you when we old (When we old).” In his words, “I’m a genie and I’m grantin’ wishes (Genie)/Only for the Mrs. (Mrs.).”

In addition to their relationship and family, Offset and Cardi also address the pressures of the spotlight and the toll it can take.

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