Cardi B Shares First Photo of Her Newborn Daughter, Kulture





Cardi B and Offset's newborn is as adorable as we expected.

Nearly five months after giving birth to Kulture, Cardi has shared the first photo of her daughter on social media. She captioned the post, "My heart."

You can check the photo below.

Back in November, Cardi opened up about her hesitation to share Kulture's photos on social media, insisting she wanted to protect her child from "crazy minds."

"'I'm scared of sharing her to the world. There are too many mean people out there," she told Entertainment Tonight. "Sometimes I do want to show people how beautiful and how precious she is. She's so precious. There's a lot of people that have crazy minds, you know. I want to protect her! She's my little buggy."

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