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    Cardi B is planning to have another child after her next tour and album

    The 'Clout' rapper has revealed she is currently in talks for a "tour deal" and has a couple of songs ready for her follow-up to her debut studio album 'Invasion of Privacy', which she wants to release before giving her 12-month-old daughter Kulture - whom she has with husband Offset - a baby sister or brother


    Sharing her plans with her fans on Instagram Live, Cardi said: "I've got two songs that I definitely want to put on my album.

    "And so this my plan.

    "Let me tell you about my plan is.

    “My plan is to take a couple of months working on my album.

    “And right after I finish my album, I’m going to rehearse for a tour.

    "I’m already working on a tour deal.

    "Point is that everything is going good.”

    On when she ideally wants to add to her brood, she added: "I'm working on my album, I already have two songs, I actually have three but I am not sure about one of them.

    "I'm working on it and then after that I want to rehearse, rehearse for my tour and get ready for my f***ing tour and after my tour I want to have a kid.

    "I want to have another kid."

    The 26-year-old rapper previously revealed she wants to have more children but she wanted to wait until Kulture was "a little bigger".

    Speaking in February, she said: "I want a second child, but I got so much things to do first.

    "It’s like, I want to learn more, you know?

    "It’s not that easy to have a child, so you just want to learn more and more and the process and wait ’til they get a little bit bigger.”

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