Offset has decided to honor his five children — Kalea, Wave, Kulture, Kody, and Jordan — in a lasting way by tattooing their faces all over his body.
The Atlanta rap star debuted his new ink via his Instagram Story on Tuesday (May 3,) with the portraits appearing on what appears to be the back of his leg.
Offset’s latest tattoo appears to literally illustrate his love for all of his children — two of which (Kulture, 4, and Wave, 1) he conceived with wife Cardi B.
Regarding the rapper’s eldest children, he shares his firstborn child Jordan, 13, with Justine Watson. His second child, Kody, 8, is with his ex-girlfriend Oriel Jamie, and his third child, Kalea, 8, was conceived by rapper Shya L’Amour.
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This isn’t the first time the “Clout” rapper has publicly (and permanently) expressed his love for a relative. In April, Offset debuted a gigantic back tattoo in honor of his late relative and former collaborator TakeOff.
The rapper debuted his new ink via Instagram. “Love you 4L & after,” he captioned the post.
Offset’s tatt served as a reminder to his late relative’s legacy with Migos — which consists of him and his cousins, Quavo, and TakeOff — with whom he achieved massive fame and commercial success.
When it comes to the music side of things, Offset and Travis Scott recently performed an unreleased track they have together at Rolling Loud Thailand.
Last month, the Migos rapper and La Flame both hit the inaugural festival’s stage, where Scott was headlining and the bouncy untitled collab seems to have passed the live test with the overseas crowd jumping around.
Offset gets candid with his verse as he mourns the losses of TakeOff and his grandma.
“Asked God why I didn’t get an answer/ How did I lose my brother to bullets/ How I lose my grandmama to cancer/ Why me God, I need answers/ I don’t need God, I need answers,” he raps over the Vinylz production.
This follows him previewing another unreleased single on Instagram a few weeks earlier, where he seemingly addresses his bitter dispute with QC.
“They can’t be too upset/ I coulda kept it to myself, they can’t be too upset/ I done broke bread, cut checks, they can’t be too upset/ I took dat rope off my neck, they couldn’t be too upset/ N-ggas still bite my style, they can’t be too upset/ I done laid low for awhile, they can’t be that upset/ N-ggas lost all my respect, they can’t be that upset,” Offset raps over the trap-heavy production