Sukihana defends her music but reveals plans to make a children's song

Sukihana is well aware that her music is intended for adults only, but that doesn't mean it will always stay that way.

At her most recent appearance in My expert opinion with Math Hoffa In a podcast, the rapper defended her discography and insisted that parents should control what their children listen to.

“I don't let my kids listen to my music. I'm an adult entertainer,” said the mother of three. “I make vulgar music, just like hip-hop. What I will tell you is that kids should be kids. Just like I monitor who my kids listen to, I wouldn't let my kids listen to me.”

Suki revealed that she might write a children's song in the future and then her children could play it.

The controversial rapper changes her flow not only for her children, but also for herself.

“I'm not going to lie, but I'm going to take responsibility for something,” she began. “I feel like I'm growing up now – because people have been watching me since the beginning and they see me now and they still think I'm over there, but I've grown and matured as a woman and I plan on making more music that kids can hear.”

Sukihana continued, “I actually have an impact on a lot of people. And I know I have to change that because that's what I'm here to do.”

Their latest album was a scathing diss against JT. Love & Hip Hop: Miami Star accused her of being on cocaine and claimed that JT “hated” fellow city rapper Yung Miami. Suki also took shots at JT's friend, Lil Uzi Vert.

The diss was preceded by a tweet in which the 32-year-old said: “I was about to poke fun at Floptavia aka Ms. S**tty Girl during her coke tirade but I'm gonna take it to the booth and show y'all I can really rap bum ass long tits bed bugs looking winchhhhhhhhhhhh.”