Cardi B’s daughter Kulture just turned one recently Wednesday, July 10 and in celebration of these the multi award winner and also recently a grammy winner shared a snippet of an unreleased song to celebrate her daughters birthday and also some lovely unseen photos and a video of her.
“I ain’t even meet you and I love you to death / Performed live on TV, I hid you under my dress,” raps Cardi on the minute-long clip. “We did the ruffles, the fur coats, a hundred different ways / But seems like you getting larger every day.”
Cardi B of course did not let that stop her from putting hatters questioned the timing of her pregnancy in check.
“Hearing public opinions about my private decisions / And that right there is enough to drive you crazy / Complete strangers talkin’ ’bout my baby,” she raps. “Coming from people that never used to check for me / They brought opinions, but nothing off the registry / ‘Cardi, you so stupid, you gon’ ruin your career’ / I know I won’t, but if I did, I wouldn’t care.”
“I started winning when the whole world was doubting on me / Think I’ma lose with my little baby counting on me?” she added. She also thanked the million of fans who celebrated with her through wishes.
“Thank you everybody for wishing my sweet baby a Happy Birthday,” said Cardi. “I made this song one day before I turned in my album and Eve gave me the green light for the beat I was so grateful! She a real one !”
It seemed the song was intended to be a part of her album “Invasion Of Privacy” last year but did not make it on time. “It didn’t make it on time tho cause as you can hear I was maaa stuffy with a terrible cold,” she revealed. “I couldn’t get it right no matter how many times I spit it 😩Even when we try to mix it u still sound stuffy . I love my baby she changed my life.”
Kulture’s father Offset also wished her a happy birthday on instagram. The couple are reportedly throwing a party for her which will cost $400,000
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