Cardi B gives a little parental advice to those who blame her for not letting her 2 year old daughter, Kulture, listen to the catchy but vulgar rap song “WAP”, starring Megan Thee Stallion.
The 28-year-old rapper and actress tweeted to fans, who for some reason were shocked that Cardi B – real name Belcalis Almánzar – isn’t letting her baby girl play on the adult record. The tweet came after baby Kulture walked in on her mom dancing to the popular song in a video and Cardi B quickly paused before taking a sip of the wine like nothing had happened.
“So your daughter can’t listen to her, but everyone’s daughter can?” @Iamcardib, ”wrote a social media user. “AW OK! Exactly what i said you have an agenda to push with this trash a- label your [sic] with. REPUGNANT. ”
Cardi B didn’t like the remark well. The “Bodak Yellow” performer quickly hit back at the social media user, writing, “You have to stop with this already!” [JoJo Siwa]! I don’t make music for children, I make music for adults. ”
Siwa is a 17-year-old YouTube star and dancer.
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The Grammy winner added: “Parents are also responsible for what their children listen to. [sic] or see. I am a very sexual person but not around my child like any other parent should be. ”
However, the original poster for the commentary wasn’t finished, and Cardi B replied, “And if you’re doing adult music, stop retweeting and loving kids dancing and singing with your s – then. ”
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Fans of the rapper “Invasion of Privacy” jumped in defense of Cardi B, who officially explains her fluid sexuality.
“Honestly, lazy parents expect the internet to raise their kids, celebrities aren’t responsible for your kids, as a parent you have to give them boundaries and show them what’s right and what’s wrong. not okay, but of course everyone just wants to have a baby but not really take care of it… ” wrote one Cardi B fan, while another pointed out the double standard with male performers, add, “Why don’t they ever ask that of male artists who make adult music? ”
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Cardi B shares Kulture with her husband, rapper Offset, who is a third of the Migos rap trio.