As a father of four, Migos rap star Offset showed major (and permanent) love to his little ones by way of individual tattoos dedicated to each of them—except one, according to his 3-year-old daughter’s mother, Shya Lamour.
The “Ric Flair Drip” rapper took to Instagram to give fans an up-close-and-personal look at the ink, showing Kulture (his 1-month-old daughter with Bronx femcee and wife, Cardi B) tatted along his jawline, his youngest son, Kodi, on the other side of his face, and his eldest son, Jordan, on the top of his shoulder.
Kalea, his eldest daughter that he shares with Lamour, didn’t receive the same ink treatment according to the video, however. And her mom is not happy about it.
The tat led many fans to question whether his other children were given such broad displays of affection.
The celeb buzz Instagram account shows her and Offset’s video playing at the same time. Some of her words are inaudible, but she can clearly be heard saying, “Once you try my baby, b**ch, you really got me f**ked up!” Lamour doesn’t name any names or directly address Offset, but she ends the video with, “Quit f**king playing with me, quit trying my daughter!”
In the caption of the video, the account also reported that she cleared up a misunderstanding in her daughter’s father’s video, which shows a date tattooed on his shoulder. Many fans believed the birth date was that of young Kalea, and therefore, Lamour was just finding a bone to pick with him. She clarified that the date is not her daughter’s birthday, in fact, but is the birth date of his son, Jordan, whose name is tattooed on the opposite shoulder.
But for the sake of young Kalea and a healthier relationship between him and Lamour, let’s all hope for a peaceful resolve between the co-parents. See some of their brighter moments at Kalea’s pony princess party they threw for her 3rd birthday back in April.
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