- Rapper Cardi B showed her followers on social media that her baby Kulture is a handful
- Cardi shared an audio of herself and her baby having a conversation about getting her a costume
- Social media users found the exchange between Cardi B and Kulture extremely heartwarming
US rapper Cardi B took to social media to show the not so pretty side of motherhood. Cardi shared a video, with audio of herself relaxing with her baby Kulture in bed. The WAP hitmaker just wanted to get some sleep but Kulture was just not having it. Cardi B captioned her video:
"I'm exhausted and want to go to sleep and this girl bothering me cause she wanna be a witch."
In the audio, Kulture was begging her mommy to get her witch costume and she wasn't letting up. She kept bothering Cardi B, saying that she really wants the costume. Cardi responds by saying:
"Okay Kulture, we're gonna buy you a a witch costume tomorrow and we're gonna buy you a broom so you can fly all over the house. But, you've gotta wait til the morning."
Social media users loved the exchange between Cardi B and her baby, enjoying the rapper showing her nurturing side. Check out the reactions below:
"She don’t care about the store being closed! She wants her broom now!"
"See this is exactly why we gotta stop telling kids they can be anything they wanna be."
"Aww that’s so cute! You're such a good mom to be talking to her about it instead of ignoring her."
Check out the audio/video below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cardi B became the first female rapper to get a Diamond Single Award. Cardi B be has become the first female rapper to get a diamond single award.
Her 2017 hit Bodak Yellow has been certified diamond after it went 10-times platinum and sold 10 million units. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) took to Twitter on Tuesday, 9 March to congratulate the WAP hitmaker. The RIAA wrote:
"Congratulations to @iamcardib, the first female rapper to achieve a RIAA diamond single award! #BodakYellow @AtlanticRecords."
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