Cardi B is not just any mom, she’s a “MILF!”
The 25-year-old rapper showed off the stunning, and naughty, floral displays she received a week after daughter Kulture Kiari in a throwback photo on Tuesday.
The new mom posed alongside two striking creations created from pink and white flowers. One was a traditional baby display featuring two teddy bears, however, the other spelled out “MILF” which means Mom I’d Like to F—.
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On Monday, the music star opened up about her struggles with postpartum. “This postpartum s— is annoying,” Cardi wrote on her Instagram story.
“Like I been emotional all f—ing day for no reason.”
Last month, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper told fans about her baby girl’s personality: “I met my match. She is very demanding. I can’t believe I have a boss. I really have a boss.”
“When my baby wanna eat, she wanna eat,” Cardi B continued on social media. “It’s not like, ‘Oh, three minutes,’ no. ‘Gimme the milk now!’ You gotta burp her right away– everything, everything, everything. She wants everything,” Cardi B added.
Although baby Kulture requires a lot of attention, Cardi B isn’t seeking any outside help.
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“There’s this feeling that, as soon as my baby came out, that I have that is just like… I can’t leave my baby at night, not for one second,” Cardi B said on Instagram live.
“A lot of people keep telling me, ‘You need to find a nanny because you gotta start working soon,’ and it’s so hard because I want to be with my baby every second.”
“I didn’t [think] that it would take so long for my body to heal,” Cardi B continued. “I thought six weeks was going to be good enough — no, bro. My ass is broken. This baby broke my ass.”
Cardi B recently pulled out of Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic World Tour.
“As of today, I’ve decided I won’t be joining Bruno on tour this Fall,” Cardi B explained on July 26. “I thought that after giving birth to my daughter that 6 weeks would be enough time for me to recover mentally and physically,” Cardi B continued.