Cardi B‘s 2-year-old daughter is a Gucci cutie!
The “Up” rapper shared a series of adorable photos of her daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus on Saturday, March 6. The doting mom, who just launched her own doll line, dressed the little girl up in a knitted white sweater by Gucci and a big, frilly blue tutu! Kulture was way too cute, but Cardi was a little dissatisfied with how the photos turned out. “I wish these pics were brighter,” the rapper captioned her post. Mom may not be pleased, but Kulture’s pics impressed her followers and some of her famous friends.
Kulture wore her hair in a tight bun as she posed on top of a piano and played with a Minnie Mouse stuffed animal. Her auntie, Hennessy Carolina, gushed about the cute kid in the comments section of Cardi’s post. “Beautiful my precious baby ?????????,” she wrote. Other celebrities sounded off about the photos as well. “Ooooh she’s Pretty ❤️,” Lisa Rinna commented, while “Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano said, “Shes precious cardi ???.”
You know that the daughter of Balenciaga Bardi is going to be dressed in the freshest designer clothes! The 2-year-old was wearing a special edition Gucci sweater that features the art of Freya Hartas. Hartas is an illustrator from the U.K. who specializes in children’s books. The toddler’s outfit is definitely more expensive than the average 2-year-old; the Baby Freya Hartas print sweatshirt costs $230, but that’s a small price to pay to have such a stylish little girl!
The “WAP” rapper didn’t accumulate all her wealth by accident; she’s a very savvy businesswoman. Cardi just announced the release of her new doll line, and her logic as to why she invested in dolls is infallible! The mother noted that buying dolls for kids has changed since the simple Barbie days. She explained that dolls are much more expensive and come with a lot more fashion accessories. After years of spending tons of money, she decided to make her own. “Why am I not going to get in the doll business?” Cardi asked herself. “Cause one thing that people are never going to stop having are daughters, and they are never going to stop buying dolls.” We can’t argue with her there!