Cardi at an award show

Cardi B’s shocking reaction to her daughter listening her song!

Apart from being the most famous female rapper in the world, Cardi is a mother too! The global star loves her 2-year-old daughter, 'Kulture' a lot. She's very strict about parental guidance! How did she react to her daughter hearing her new track? Read below to find out.

  •  Cardi B divorced her husband 'Offset' in 2020 and is raising her daughter alone.
  • The 28-year-old rapper won a Grammy Award for the album 'Invasion of Privacy' in 2019.
  • The full name of her daughter is 'Kulture Kiari Cephus'.
Cardi B for Elle

Have you ever wanted to watch a movie, but your parents didn't allow you to? I'm sure Kulture feels the same way! Imagine your mom being a world-famous rapper, but she doesn't allow you to listen to your biggest hit. What is Cardi B's reason for doing so?

Cardi B with her daughter Kulture

According to Billboard, during an Instagram live stream, Cardi B turned off her song 'WAP'. She did this as soon as her daughter walked into the room! Her highest-charting hit is forbidden in her own house! She seems like a really strict mom. Fans were shocked at the gesture from the big star!

Why do you think she did that?

Cardi B tweets about the matter!

'I don't make music for kids. I make music for adults!' The celebrity tweeted on January 5th, 2021.  

Even though a good chunk of the rapper's music has explicit content, 'WAP' takes the crown! The lyrics of this single are very sexual. As a mother, it is understandable why she closed it around her kid.

The star made it clear that she makes music for adults! I think she did the right thing! Do you agree with her?

Conclusion

Card B with her daughter

While Cardi B is a superstar she is also a mother. It's fair for her to not want to expose her daughter to her highly-sexual songs. Every parent has a right to choose how they raise their kids. Do you think she did the right thing by turning the song off? Comment below!

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

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