As fans know all too well, Cardi became a first-time mother more than two months ago, but she is still not ready to introduce her baby girl, Kulture, to the world. While she did share images in which the top of infant’s head, her lips, feet or hands were visible, the rapper is yet to show her face online.
This time around, Cardi decided to give her followers yet another glimpse at the bundle of joy, although still no face. Sorry!
But that doesn’t mean the pic she posted on Instagram Stories is not super cute – because it is!
The proud mom teased her many fans with a shot of the baby’s arm, and it looks like the girl was wearing something with stripes and long sleeves.
The mother and daughter seem to be lying in bed side by side as Cardi’s tattooed arm is also visible in the shot.
‘Goodnight with my cuddle bud,’ she wrote, mentioning that it was 5:40 in the morning!
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‘Don’t call me later this afternoon cause imma be KO,’ Cardi posted a few hours later alongside a video of the baby’s arm.
In the background, Kulture could be heard making sounds as Cardi tried to make her go back to sleep.
While we are still to see the child’s face, considering how many bits and pieces the mother shared of her, fans might one day get the full collection and put everything together like a puzzle.
So maybe her eyes are next?
Meanwhile, sources have told HollywoodLife before that both Cardi, and her husband Offset are not sure how to feel about posting pics of their baby online.
‘Cardi knows that her fans are desperate to see the baby and as much as she wants to give them what they want she has fears over letting the world see the baby girl. Cardi’s very superstitious and worries that showing Kulture’s face would make her a target for bad energy from her haters,’ once insider shared with the outlet.
The source went on to dish that ‘Offset is even more paranoid and protective than Cardi is. He has been saying that they might keep Kulture’s identity hidden endlessly, just to shield her from the craziness and let her have a normal childhood.’