The ‘Money‘ rapper captured the moment on camera when her seven-month-old daughter said the word ‘Mama’ for the first time, after a week of only saying ‘Papa’.
Cardi B couldn’t contain her emotions after her seven-month old daughter Kulture Kiari said ‘Mama’ for the first time.
Just hours after winning her first ever Grammy Award – ‘Best Rap Album‘ for her debut record ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ – the rapstress took to Instagram to share the special moment.
Placing a heart-eye emoji over her baby daughter, who was born in July last year, Cardi clasped her hand over her mouth in shock as Kulture echoed the word ‘Mama’.
“After a week of only saying papa! She saying mama! Happy 7 months Kulture ! We love you,” Cardi wrote, before tagging husband Offset, sister Hennessy Carolina and Hennessy’s girlfriend.
Cardi B has rekindled her relationship with formerly estranged husband, and father to Kulture, Offset, after breaking up at the end of last year following a cheating scandal.
Meanwhile, Cardi performed a racy rendition of her single ‘Money’ at the 61st Grammy Awards last night, after sharing her award with fellow nominee, late rapper Mac Miller.