Cardi B Shares a Sweet and Rare Video of Baby Kulture Jamming Out to Dad Offset's Song
Baby Kulture Kiari loves her dad!
On Thursday, Cardi B shared an adorable video of her baby girl jamming out to Offset‘s song “Ric Flair Drip.”
“This is one my favorite songs from my daddy the other ones you’ll hear it tonight !! Go PAPA Go PAPA,” Cardi, 26, captioned the post adding the hashtag “#Fatherof4,” which is the title of Offset’s highly anticipated album, dropping at 1 a.m. on Friday.
In the clip, Kulture, 7 months, can be seen flashing a big smile and giggling as she hears her dad’s voice in the background.
Cardi’s video comes after Offset, 27, revealed his album’s cover, which shows all four of his children including baby Kulture.
In the shot, Offset can be seen sitting on a throne chair with Kulture, who is wearing a blue and pink dress and a crown, on his lap.
Offset’s daughter Kalea Marie, from a previous relationship, can be seen sitting by his feet — wearing a white dress. Like her little sister, Kalea, 3, also wore a crown.
On the other side, son Kody, 3, sported a baby black suit. Offset’s eldest son Jordan, 8, stood on the side of the Migos rapper’s throne and also wore an all-black ensemble.
While the family portrait may be the cutest rap album cover of all time, it was no easy mission.
Offset shared a behind the scenes clip from the shoot, which shows just how hard it was to get all the children to cooperate.
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The camerawoman repeatedly called little Kalea’s name to get her to smile as her siblings looked off in different directions.
Baby Kulture seemed the most focused, but that was probably because of the children’s music playing in the background.
While Kulture has a starring role on the album cover, her parents rarely show her face even on social media.
Cardi first shared a photo of baby Kulture back in December, captioning it “My heart.”
The Instagram shows the baby girl looking away from the camera while sitting in a car seat, wearing a bib with her name written across it.
Cardi and Offset, who briefly split that same month, welcomed Kulture on July 10.
Cardi also showed her excitement for Offset’s album by posting a video of herself rapping along to one of the tracks, which features none other than herself.
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