Cardi B and her baby daughter Kulture Kiari share the same sense of style. On Wednesday, the rapper, 26, and her daughter appeared in an adorable Instagram photo wearing matching hot pink Fluff Yeah slides by UGG.
In the post, Kulture, 13 months, is sitting on Cardi’s lap with her legs crossed like her mom. The rapper captioned the pic, “Me and mine 💗.” Earlier this month, Cardi shared another adorable parent-child moment when she posted a video of Kulture’s dad Offset, 27, styling their daughter’s hair.
In the clip, Kulture is shown pushing her dad’s hands away and smiling while he attempts to do her hair with a tiny brush. The patient dad tells her that he’s almost done while Kulture munches on some snacks. Meanwhile, Cardi, who is filming the video, doesn’t seem too impressed with her husband’s hairstyling skills.
“See I think that’s because, I think that’s because I left too much hair out,” she says of her daughter’s cute bangs. Finally, Offset proves himself by fixing them with Cardi saying, “Ahh, that’s cute.” The “Finesse” rapper captioned the video, “Well at least I did the ponytails🤷🏽♀️.”
Recently, Kulture took her first steps, yet Cardi happened to be in Nebraska doing a meet-and-greet. “So I’m doing a meet-and-greet, right? And Hennessy [Cardi B’s sister] calls me with Kulture,” the rapper told followers in her Instagram Stories. “And I’m like, ‘I’m doing a meet-and-greet right now, I’m gonna call you guys right back.’”
Afterward, Offset called Cardi and told her to contact her sister. It was then that she saw her baby daughter take her first steps. “My baby started to walk already! I can’t take it, I can’t take it,” the proud mom added in the video.
This week, the rapper was forced to defend her Best Rap Album Grammy after fans of Travis Scott tweeted that his album Astroworld should have won the award instead of Invasion of Privacy, Cardi’s multiplatinum debut album. She quickly responded letting the haters know she had recorded the album while pregnant, nauseous and depressed.
Adding, “So when I won a Grammy for it I didn’t have no words to say but when I went home I started reminiscing on what I went thru during that period I was like YEA BITCH YOU DESERVE THIS SH-T!” She also reminded Scott fans that she was one of his biggest supporters when his album came out.
Cardi will soon be appearing on the big screen in Hustlers, an upcoming film written and directed by Lorene Scafaria and based on New York magazine's 2015 article "The Hustlers at Scores" by Jessica Pressler. The film also stars Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, Lili Reinhart and Lizzo.
The movie revolves around a group of strippers in New York City, who lie, steal, and hustle wealthy men during the late-2000s financial crisis. Cardi herself has admitted to working as a stripper in order to flee poverty and domestic violence. The film will have its world premiere on September 7, 2019, at the Toronto International Film Festival, and is scheduled to be released in the United States on September 13, 2019.