Cardi B and Offset have historically been opposed to showing off photos of their newborn daughter, Kulture. But now it seems they’re warming up to the idea of sharing their biggest blessing with the world.
Last night, in anticipation of Offset’s debut solo album titled Father of 4, the parents of seven-month-old Kulture gave us a few snippets of their beautiful bundle of joy.
Here’s baby girl dancing to her daddy’s song “Ric Flair Drip.” That innocent little laugh gets us every time.
With an album title like Father of 4, it’s no surprise that Kulture and her siblings Kalea, Jordan and Kody were front and center on their dad’s album cover. Here they are looking like straight up royalty!
Of course when it comes to kids and photoshoots, parents must take the necessary measures to keep their kids entertained and cooperative. Offset kept it all the way real in this behind the scenes shoot where assistants kept the cartoons rolling. Kulture seems pleased!
Offset also hosted an album release party last night where he unveiled more never-before-seen photos of his children including Kulture. Those cheeks!
Cardi shared the very first photo of baby Kulture on Instagram back in December, even though she’d been offered serious cash to debut her in a magazine. According to TMZ, offers had been on the table from several media outlets wanting to pay Cardi and Offset for their newborn’s first photo. Obviously, they’ve chosen to decline.