Cardi B and Offset previously welcomed daughter Kulture, 3, in July 2018 — read for more details on their family
Kulture is a big sister! Cardi B welcomed her and Offset’s second child together on Saturday, September 4.
“9/4/21,” Cardi, 28, captioned a Monday, September 5, Instagram upload, alongside a blue heart emoji.
The couple announced the Grammy winner’s pregnancy in June at the BET Awards. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper showed her baby bump in a sheer jumpsuit during a joint performance.
The expectant star thanked her supporters via Instagram at the time with a maternity shoot photo, writing, “No. 2! We listened to each other, communicated, prayed and then God blessed us and our family with another little blessing. Our home feels so blissful and very busy, but we are ready and so happy.”
Cardi also shared a mother-daughter picture with her 3-year-old daughter’s hand on her bare stomach. “I just know these two will love each other soo much and argue soo much since they’re three years apart,” the actress gushed. “But one thing for sure is they’ll have each other’s back like no one else ever will.”
The little one, who arrived in July 2018, also has three half-siblings. Offset, 29, previously welcomed Jordan, 11, Kody, 6, and Kalea, 6, in previous relationships.
“When I was pregnant with Kulture, a lot of people [were] like, ‘Oh, he has three kids already; why would you have a kid with somebody that [has] three kids?’ And it’s like, how is that such a bad thing?” Cardi explained to Vogue in January 2020. “My dad has eight kids, and we all get along, and it feels better, fuller. And with Offset, I feel like his kids just bring a pop of fun to life when they’re in his house. I actually love it. It brings out a different side of him that I like to see, and I love to see my baby interacting with her siblings. The more the merrier.”
The New York native also spoke about the “balance” of motherhood at the time, saying, “It’s good for the mental. Like, if I’m playing with my daughter, I forget about the issues.”
As a working mom, the Love & Hip Hop alum’s goal has been to teach Kulture to be a “boss” in her own right — whether the toddler “wants to go to college one day” or own a company.
“I give my daughter so much love, and I’m setting her up for a future,” Cardi told the magazine. “I want to tell her that a lot of the s–t that I have done in life — no matter what I did, knowing that I wanted to have kids made me go harder to secure a good future for my kids.”Moms Like Us tackles all your parenting questions and breaks down all the celebrity parenting news of the week.
This story originally appeared on: US Magazine - Author:Riley Cardoza