Baby Kulture Wore $6K Custom-Made Crown & Headpiece For Offset’s New Album Cover
Offset decided to make his debut solo album art a family affair, as it’s titled Father of 4 and included himself alongside his four children. But it was his youngest, 7-month-old daughter Kulture by wife Cardi B, who got the prized spot of daddy’s lap for the cover art. The couple made sure their precious baby girl looked absolutely regal. On the cover proper Kulture is seen in a gold headdress to match the Egyptian theme of the shoot. But in a behind the scenes video that Offset shared, Kulture was seen being fitted with an elaborate tall crown. The woman who designed both of the headwear pieces gives us EXCLUSIVE details on how no expense was spared.
“Kulture’s crown is $5,000 and the headdress she is wearing is $1,000. Offset was super involved in the process of costumes as it was his shoot. The crown is handmade. Cardi B was on set to help out with Kulture. It was the second public picture of the baby so her parents wanted to make it extra special,” Laurel DeWitt who made and designed the head dresses that Kulture wears in Offset’s new album cover tells OkHit EXCLUSIVELY.
“The crown was custom-made for Kulture with gold and crystals with Offset’s regal theme and love for bling in mind. The design was inspired by her mother’s ruby and gold bikini and wig look for the iconic ‘Money’ video. I was told Cardi’s favorite color is red so I wanted to feature that color and make it really pop,” Laurel adds.
While the world knew all about Offset
being Kulture’s daddy, a lot of fans were shocked to find out that she has three half siblings. “A lot of y’all didn’t know I have 4 kids PROUD FATHER !!!” he tweeted on Feb. 21 and listed off their names and ages. He made his album cover all about his children, as he’s seated on a throne surrounded by his sons Jordan
, 9 and Kody
, 3, as well as daughter Kalea
, 3, from previous relationships.
In the title track he gives bars to all four of his kids, and reminded fans of why he and Cardi are so protective of Kulture and rarely share photos of her on social medial. “Kulture, remind me of my grandma, feel like she is closer // Gotta thank your mama, she hold me like holsters // Gotta protect her from the world, I can’t even post her,” he rhymes. But Kutlure did make pop culture history at 7-months-old by landing her first album cover in only her second photo ever made public! Bow down.