When Kimmel asked if giving birth was easier or harder than she thought it would be, Cardi responded, "It was totally harder, she broke my vagina". Then it got real.
Cardi dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live as the show set up in Brooklyn, New York, for the week, and discussed all things motherhood with the host - even the gory parts.
"I've always been interested in politics but now I gotta, like, be careful what I say you know", Cardi B said.
The one thing that's been hard for the new mom has been dealing with the photographers and paparazzi, who have been following her in an effort to get pics of her little girl.
The procedure to fix tearing or a surgical cut is fairly common, but leave it to Cardi to provide lively perspective. Cardi was looking comfy in a robe on a balcony in Miami, and got her daughter Kulture dressed up in a tutu to snap some adorable pics Wednesday.
Watch the clip above and find out the surprising guest list of those in the delivery room.
She said: 'Yes, I am enjoying it. This is what I was missing my whole life? "I do feel like I need a rest, but oh my god, like, the happiness that my baby brung me, it's like, 'I could do this over and over again!'" "People would just be like, 'Oh, you know, when you give birth, it's gonna hurt, ' but nobody tells you, like, your vagina..." "My husband used to tell me like, 'Stop screaming and stop catching an attitude when you're pregnant because you're gonna pass that to the baby.' And I did!"
"There's certain things I want to do with my daughter". I don't want to show my baby out to the public right now.
Despite the manic and painful childbirth, Cardi is loving life as a mum, and told Jimmy that she wants "three or four" kids with husband Offset. I'm not mentally ready. "I would like to do normal things....but right now, I have to keep it very low key".