AceShowbiz - Offset's basic needs while in quarantine include cannabis. While other Americans have been stockpiling food and toilet papers for the coronavirus lockdown, the Migos star has been caught getting his supply of the recreational drugs that could last for over a month.
On Monday, March 30, the husband of Cardi B was spotted outside a marijuana dispensary, Cookies Melrose, in Los Angeles. The 28-year-old star was seen with a male friend, who was carrying a big box from the store. They were loading it into his red Ferrari 812 Superfast.
The "Ric Flair Drip" hitmaker took precautionary measure by wearing a custom mask, but it only covered his mouth while his nose was left exposed. He kept the rest of his style casual for the outing, sporting a yellow T-shirt over a black long-sleeves shirt and black pants, while accessorizing with a golden watch.
His marijuana purchase aside, Offset was recently forced to defend himself after he was accused of cheating on Cardi B again. The cheating allegations sparked after Offset was seen hiding his phone from Cardi during a livestreaming. As the couple continued to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Atlanta-born rapper went on Instagram Live to show him playing games with some of his friends.
When he heard Cardi coming closer, Offset hid his phone in a rush. The "I Like It" raptress didn't seem to notice it as she then casually talked to the camera before leaving the room. Once the Bronx femcee left the room, the 28-year-old father of four quickly pulled out his phone and started texting someone.
People started to get suspicious of his act, with one accusing, "He ain't never been faithful to her." Another said, "He's gonna break her heart so bad. Unfortunately." Another user advised Cardi to "leave him," adding, "He doesn't even seem the type to use condoms with his h**s."
He later returned to Instagram Live to blast people for reaching out. "I know y'all making something out of nothing out of that stream when I was playing the game and my girl came in the room and I grabbed the phone," he said to the haters, "whatever the hell y'all say, I put the phone up."
"Come on with the...we got so much negativity energy out here in the air, sickness. Don't bring none of that negativity to my family. We chilling, man. We ain't in y'all way. Everything positive," he went on claiming about his family and his relationship with Cardi.
"We got investments and big moves coming," he added, before addressing the critics, "Y'all just making something out of nothing. That ain't 'bout nothing. I don't be doing no negative nothing."