"Clout" is the first single off of the Migo's MC's solo album, Father of 4

By Jordan Runtagh
April 17, 2019 02:10 PM
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Days after collaborating with Cardi B during his set at Coachella’s #REVOLVEFestival, Offset dropped a new music video featuring his superstar wife — and the results are pretty steamy.

The NSFW visuals for “Clout” feature the on-off pair acting very much back on following their brief split late last year. Cardi, 26, and Offset, 27, get grabby amid a striking yellow background, with the “Bodak Yellow” rapper straddling the father of her 9-month-old daughter Kulture Kiari while donning leather gear decked out in chains.

The song is the first single off of the Migo’s MC’s solo album, Father of 4.

Cardi B and Offset.
Cardi B and Offset.

Cardi shared the video with an enthusiastic all-caps Instagram post Wednesday morning. “CLOUT MUSIC VIDEO OUT NOW!TELL ME WHAT YA THINK!” she wrote.

The clip has already racked up an impressive half-million views on YouTube as of Wednesday afternoon.

The could have not been shy about PDA lately (or ever). On Sunday, Cardi shared a sweet video of Offset nuzzling her neck on her Instagram Story, while Offset showered his love with some cheeky admiration.

MOMMY SHARK,” he wrote, referencing the insanely popular children’s song “Baby Shark,” alongside a photo of Cardi from a recent awards show. In addition to adding multiple heart emojis to his caption, the rapper went on to suggestively add, “IMA EAT YOU 👅👅👅👅😻😻😻.”

Cardi B
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After returning from a romantic vacation to Los Cabos, Mexico, last month, Offset shared a sweet photo of himself carrying Cardi on his back.

“RIDE OR DIE FOREVER LOVE YOU NO MATTER WHATS GOING ON I LOVE YOU BEST MOTHER AND HUSTLER I KNOW,” Offset captioned the shot.

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In March, the Atlanta-born rapper also opened up about his controversial decision to crash Cardi’s concert stage and beg his wife for forgiveness following their brief split.

“I love my wife, so it’s serious — it’s not a game to me,” Offset said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, explaining to host Ellen DeGeneres why he chose to go public with his apology to Cardi.

“We have schedules and we have shows and I just felt like … I can’t give that break between time, so it’s my forefront, I step to it as a man to say I’m wrong,” he said. “I step to it as a man, and you don’t have to take me back but I just want you to know I love you and I care and I’m putting it all out on the table.”