Cardi B loves being a new mom. After she welcomed her little girl into the world on the 11th of July, the rapper has been gushing about motherhood.
An insider who spoke with us earlier explained, “Cardi loves her little girl so much. It’s cute. Right now, her family is helping out with the work, and she has a lot of people showing her the proper way of doing things, like changing a diaper and so on.”
The source added, “she doesn’t want to get a nanny. That seems like something that will come up later in life. She’s focused on doing everything herself because the baby is in her most vulnerable stage right now.”
As it was noted above, the 25-year-old rapper has been ecstatic ever since she gave birth. “Cardi has been telling all of her friends how much she loves her child. It’s a really beautiful thing to see. I don’t think we’ve seen her look so happy.” The rapper has even been gushing over other women’s children as you can see in an Instagram post below:
While she’s enjoying the first few months of motherhood, eventually, she’ll have to take to the road to start working on her career again. According to reports, she’ll be joining Bruno Mars on the next portion of his 24K Magic World Tour.
Cardi will be Mars’ opening act. Us Weekly reported that they’re set to begin traveling across North America; starting from the 7th of September all the way until October 27th.
As for what Kulture will be doing, it turns out, that she’s coming along for the trip. In an interview with Rolling Stone in June, Cardi said: “what I envision is my tour bus has my own personal room, and I just want to be with my baby.”
Cardi said the only time she’ll be away from baby Kulture will be when she’s getting her makeup and hair styled, and while she’s in the middle of a performance.
The “Bodak Yellow” rapper said she doesn’t want to miss a single moment. As you may know, Cardi and Offset from the rap-trio, Migos, had their baby together back at the beginning of July. Despite all of the positivity, some fans online criticized her for the fact that its Offset’s fourth child.