Offset returned for an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday (March 22) in support of his 2019 solo debut Father of 4. During the sit-down interview, the conversation jumped around to his public attempts at winning Cardi B back, being a better father figure than the one that lacked in his life, and more.
The 27-year-old has no regrets about his stunt interrupting Cardi’s Rolling Loud set in December, where he tried to apologize for his mistakes and show his estranged wife his love for her. “I love my wife, so it’s serious. It’s not a game to me,” he explained. “I just couldn’t give that break between time. So I stepped to it as a man and say I’m wrong. You don’t have to take me back, but I love you and I care. I’m putting it all out on the table.”
‘Set continued to say that showing his vulnerable side came back to bite him in the public eye. “It’s just me being vulnerable. It kind of bit me with the response from the people. That’s why men don’t try to be vulnerable. There’s something wrong with it either way.” Seconds later, he brought out his son to present DeGeneres with a check for $25,000 to The Ellen Fund for her philanthropic efforts in Africa.
The mood lightened upon their return from commercial break, as Offset went on to explain how with Ellen’s help during a previous appearance on the show, she got him hooked up with a Bentley truck complete with the rare red interior he desired. “You was the plug to me getting a Bentley Truck,” the ATL native said. “I had $200,000 grand that day. You were like, ‘Well, I got people at Bentley.’ The next thing I know, the car’s outside. I went to the dealership and purchased it off the plug, Ellen.”
Offset closed out his lengthy time on the show with a live performance of “Legacy” featuring an assist from Travis Scott. Give La Flame some credit for remembering the lyrics to his guest verse with Friday (March 22) probably being the first time he’s went back since shipping the vocals off to the Migos rapper for Father of 4.
Watch the clips from Offset’s appearance below.