Cardi B's 2-Year-Old Daughter Kulture Joins Instagram: See Her Cutest Posts


Cardi B’s daughter is the latest celebrity baby to join Instagram!

The “Bodak Yellow” rapper’s baby girl, Kulture Kiari Cephus, officially made her Instagram debut this weekend, and she’s already garnered a pretty impressive fanbase. “Hello everyone,” reads the caption of the two-year-old’s first Instagram post on Saturday (September 19), showing Kulture wearing an adorable outfit her mother picked out for her.

Kulture looks so pretty as she strikes cute poses wearing her pink cardigan, Louis Vuitton backpack, and topping off her precious look with her braids pinned with a white bow. “I look like mommy here” and “I love when mommy dress me,” reads a few of the captions from Kulture’s early snapshots.

Among some of the other content shared on Kulture’s new Instagram page includes everything from home videos of her playing on her mommy’s phone to those of her playing in the pool with friends.

According to the Daily Mail, Kulture’s page earned over 534,000 followers in the first 15 hours after it was created. Currently, Cardi’s little one has more than 673,000 fans, and each of her posts averages at least 150,000 double-taps on the platform.

See some of her cutest posts yet below.

Born in July 2018, Kulture is the “Press” rapper’s first and only child with estranged husband Offset. As fans know, it was recently announced that the couple is getting a divorce, on Cardi’s move, due to irreconcilable differences.

The Love & Hip-Hop alum recently took to Instagram Live to explain her decision to dissolve her marriage days after the news broke, stating that she simply got “tired” of fighting with the Migos rapper.

“I been with this man for four years. I have a kid with this man, I have a household with this man…sometimes you’re just tired of the arguments and the buildup," she said. "You get tired sometimes. And before something bad happens, before you get left, before you get cheated on, you sometimes you just want to leave. What is so bad about that?"

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