Offset is focused on keeping his kids – Kulture, Kody, Kalea, and Jordan – out of the public eye. The rapper tells The Breakfast Club he’s focused on maintaining his children’s innocence.
“I try to keep my kids, kids,” Offset tells media. “On Instagram, I don’t really let them rock out like that. [My 9-year-old] plays sports. He’s good in basketball, baseball, and football,” the celebrity father boasts. “I’m trying to keep my kids, kids. That’s why I’ll never move to L.A.; because I don’t want cameras all in their faces.”
Offset also doesn’t want people to assume that he only has one child. Such is the reason why he decided to name his upcoming album Father Of Four. “I did that for my kids,” the star father explains. “A lot of people only know about Kulture because of the situations. But, yeah, I just wanted to focus on my kids. I’ve got four kids, and I’ve been having kids. My oldest son is nine [years old]. [The album is just about] growing up and maturing.”
Personal growth involves making better choices, which is why Offset is progressively moving away from substance use. “Certain things you do, if you don’t change them, you’ll lose people around you,” the rapper tells The Breakfast Club. “And you make poor decisions,” he continues. “Poor decisions come from that instant decision because you’re not you. And I ain’t trying to do that no more. I [already] did that.”
See Offset’s full interview with The Breakfast Club, in which the rapper talks about the private jet used to keep Kulture out of the public’s eye, below! Buy Offset’s newest album, Father Of Four in music stores nationwide.