Offset's alleged mistress Summer Bunni retracts apology to Cardi B, steps out in unmissable neon yellow dress

The model is believed to have been in an affair with the Migos band member, while he was still married to female rap artiste Cardi B


                            Offset's alleged mistress Summer Bunni retracts apology to Cardi B, steps out in unmissable neon yellow dress

The girl looks like she's on fire! Rapper Offset's alleged mistress Summer Bunni was recently spotted in Los Angeles leaving a restaurant on Wednesday. The 20-year-old Instagram model had donned an eye-catching yellow bodycon dress, which was further accentuated with her neon green hair color.

The model is currently believed to have been in an affair with the Migos band member, while he was still married to female rap artiste Cardi B, although neither Cardi nor Offset have spoken about her involvement in the breakup of their marriage.

But Summer, who publicly issued an apology to the female rapper in a December 4 video for her possible role in the separation of the married couple, later retracted her apology during an interview with J. Cruz and the Power 106 crew.



 

She said, "I just want to set the record straight about the apology video. At this time, I really just take the apology back." She then became extremely emotional, revealing that nobody "has been supportive or shown any love to her."

In her emotional state, Summer said during the interview, "My feelings be hurt," as the waterworks started flowing. "It sucks [...] It's not fair to me. I just feel like the whole world is against me. I'm so strong. I'm so sorry I'm breaking down."



 

Summer, in her initial apology, said she felt "ashamed" and tried to clarify that she never messed with the Migos rapper since the birth of his daughter, Kulture. "These were never my intentions and I never wanted to break up a happy home," she said.

"I have not spoken to Cardi but I would like her to know I am a very genuine person and I'm not here to break up a family and I'm very sorry this is happening," she continued. However, there were reportedly text messages leaked online, which showed that the Migos member was trying to arrange a threesome with Summer and fellow rapper Cuban Doll.

Offset and Cardi B perform onstage during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2018 Presented by Capital One at The Forum on November 30, 2018, in Inglewood, California. (Getty Images)
Offset and Cardi B perform onstage during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2018 Presented by Capital One at The Forum on November 30, 2018, in Inglewood, California. (Getty Images)

Summer's retraction of her own apology comes after Offset, in a bid to win his estranged wife back, interrupted one of her live concerts with flowers and chocolates, but only managed to rage the 'I Like It' songster furthermore. The rapper crashed Cardi's festival mid-set and in a video of the same, the 27-year-old Migos star brought out a 'take me back' banner made of white and red roses. Cardi's response? Not a single crack of a smile as Offset issued a groveling apology.

In the very public apology of sorts, he said: "I just wanna tell you I'm sorry. In person, in front of the world. Whatever I gotta do to show you I love you." The audience was still booing away, and Offset chose to lower his mic to share a few words with Cardi, but clearly, that didn't work as he and his props soon left the stage.