Cardi B and Offset Reveal Plans to Launch Children's Clothing Line for Their Daughter Kulture
Cardi B and Offset are setting up their daughter's future, and it includes a plan to launch a children's line for the little girl who'll have the title of CEO.
Cardi B came from nothing, so she always planned to give her child(ren) everything. She recently revealed her plan to Vogue Magazine saying,
"The CEO is over there."
"Right, Kulture? I'm [working hard] right now so you could have a good car when you are 18, so you can go to school, and have an apartment I can pay for."
While the rap star and Offset are already building a business empire for their daughter, the "Press" singer noted that she would not stop Kulture from going to college. She plans to support her daughter's dreams.
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Perhaps the central question dogging @iamcardib, one of our four January cover stars, at the moment is how to sustain the breathtaking momentum that carried her from stripper to social-media phenom to reality-television star to world-beating rapper in less than five years. “Bodak Yellow,” her breakout single from 2017, became the first number-one hit by a solo female rapper in nearly two decades, since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998. Cardi’s subsequent debut studio collection, Invasion of Privacy, was critically hailed and landed her a Grammy for best rap album, another first by a solo female rap artist. Tap the link in our bio to read Cardi's thoughts on her next album, politics, motherhood, marriage, and more. Photographed by @annieleibovitz, styled by @tonnegood, written by @RobertJHaskell, Vogue, January 2020.
Cardi, who owns a clothing line on Fashion Nova, plans to raise her daughter with the mentality that she can do anything she wants. To her, her little girl is the "Boss", and she wants her to know it.
She always wanted to be a mom at 25, and although it came later than expected, she is still thankful for it.
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper and the Migos member trademarked their daughter's name in 2018. It covers outfits from shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, skirts, and footwear.
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Our fourth January cover star is @iamcardib! Between motherhood, a new album, and the scrutiny of ever-escalating fame, how does Cardi B handle the pressure? Without apologies: “It’s hard for me to be soft, period,” she tells Vogue (among other things). Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile, written by @RobertJHaskell. Photographed by @annieleibovitz, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, January 2020.
After the Vogue interview, Cardi wrote a tribute to her daughter on Instagram with these words,
"Happy to share this moment with you, my sweetheart. This is bigger for you [than] for me. You are so special to me."
Motherhood is one role the Grammy-winning rap star has prepared for her entire life. She always wanted to be a mom at 25, and although it came a bit later than expected, she is still thankful for it.
Cardi juggles between her career and her responsibilities as a mom as best as she can. She spent the Christmas holidays with her little girl, Offset, and his children from previous relationships.
In one of the videos shared on her Instagram story, an adorable Kulture refused to get down from her toy ATV. Not even coaxing from her mom could change the little girl's mind.
The little girl has a lot of her mother in her. From the "I Like It" crooner's feisty attitude, to her sweet demeanor, the 1-year-old girl is every bit her mother's daughter.
Cardi acknowledges the similarities between her and her daughter and loves it. The "Ring" rapper's world revolves around Kulture, Offset, and her career, and she protects them fiercely.