New mom Cardi B put her own twist on Drake's hit song, replacing the lyrics with ones about her 5-week-old baby girl Kulture

By Jen Juneau
August 15, 2018 12:30 PM
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Cardi B may have her own discography, but she’s taking a leaf out of Drake‘s book when it comes to lullabies for her 5-week-old daughter Kulture Kiari.

In an adorable video shared to her Instagram account early Wednesday morning, the 25-year-old rapper is leaning over her baby girl’s tulle-lined bassinet and performing Drake’s “In My Feelings” — but with a few lyrical tweaks.

“Kulture, do you love me? / I’m your mommy / I remember when I had you inside me, and I burp ya, and I need ya, and I’d die for ya,” Cardi B sings as she busts a few moves while gazing down at her daughter.

“I really don’t wanna go to the studio today 😩,” she captioned the clip, which ends with Cardi B putting on a baby voice and giving Kulture kisses.

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Cardi B gave her followers the first glimpse of baby Kulture on Tuesday, posting an Instagram Story video of her daughter’s adorable tiny feet.

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“I got home at 8:30 a.m. from my flight she been up this whole time! I fed her twice and bath[e] her she ain’t with it,” the new mom captioned a black-and-white clip of Kulture moving her feet.

“I’m so sleepy and she got soo much energy,” the rapper wrote in another Instagram Story that same day.

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Cardi B has been open about that fact that her current main focus is motherhood. In late July, she confirmed her departure from Bruno Mars‘ 24K Magic World Tour this fall.

“I met my match,” the “I Like It” hitmaker told her followers, referring to her baby girl as K.K. “She is very demanding. I can’t believe I have a boss. I really have a boss.”

She added, “When my baby wanna eat, she wanna eat. It’s not like, ‘Oh, three minutes,’ no. ‘Gimme the milk now!’ You gotta burp her right away — everything, everything, everything. She wants everything.”