Future Rapper! Cardi B Reveals Daughter Kulture's Favorite Songs by Her Mom and Dad Offset
Kulture loves her mom's song "I Like It" and her dad Offset's "Ric Flair Drip" track
Baby Kulture has already developed her own taste in music!
On Friday, Cardi B revealed her 6-month-old daughter loves “Taki Taki” by DJ Snake, featuring herself, Selena Gomez and Ozuna. The little one also likes her dad Offset‘s hit “Ric Flair Drip” from the Migos rapper’s joint album with Metro Boomin — Without Warning.
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Cardi also revealed her baby girl is on the verge of saying her first words, and it’s not “mama.”
“KK was watching ‘Ric Flair Drip’ on TV yesterday and she said ‘Da,’ ” Cardi shared on Twitter.
“If she says dada before mama imma feel very betrayed. Henny got it on video too,” Cardi wrote in reference to her younger sister Hennessy Carolina.
Cardi and Offset welcomed Kulture — their first child together in July.
Offset is also father to daughter Kalea and sons Jordan and Kody from previous relationships.
Last month, Cardi shared the first photo of baby Kulture, captioning the Instagram image “My heart.”
The big reveal came just hours after Cardi announced her split from Offset, after a year of marriage.
Since the announcement, Cardi and Offset have reunited but the “Bodak Yellow” denies they’re back together.
On Dec. 21, the estranged pair was spotted enjoying time together in Puerto Rico, prompting some fans to question whether the couple had decided to give their relationship another try.
Addressing their brief vacation during an Instagram Live video over the weekend, the “Money” rapper told fans the pair weren’t back together, but that she had wanted to connect with the Migos rapper.
“I just had to get f—, that’s all,” Cardi remarked as a coy smile spread across her face, according to a fan video, adding that she feels “rejuvenated” now.
“Bitch feels baptized,” she shared of her time with the Migos rapper. “I came back to f—ing life, bitch.”