Cardi B makes Kulture’s Instagram private after hateful posts

Cardi B has made her 3-year-old daughter Kulture’s Instagram account private after discovering the page had been inundated with an overwhelming amount of hate messages.

“I haven’t verified my daughter’s account but now I’m going to lock her page,” Cardi, 29, wrote in a since-deleted tweet. according to the Daily Mail.

She added: “I don’t know [what the f–k] is happening, but I hope all the mommies die for giving birth to your weirdos.

Screenshots obtained by the website show trolls commenting on posts by the ‘WAP’ artist’s daughter, which she shares with Migos member Offset, that may have been the bullying posts to trigger her .

“Such a childish mistake,” said one nasty commenter.

“Bighead squid,” wrote one bully account, with another adding, “Obese.”

Cardi originally launched Kulture’s Instagram account in September 2020 and the page has since garnered 2.3 million Instagram followers.

Culture's Instagram account
Kulture’s account had amassed over 2 million Instagram followers.

The “Be Careful” rapper had posted several adorable photos of mommy and me with Kulture on the page, including photos where the duo wore matching outfits.

This isn’t the only case of bullying Cardi has faced. She was recently awarded $4 million in a defamation case against YouTuber Tasha K, who claimed the rapper had STDs and cheated on her husband.

Cardi B and Kulture sitting on a car
Cardi shares Kulture with Migos member Offset.

“Rogue behavior and blatantly false content on platforms like YouTube must be addressed and removed,” she said after her court victory. “The constant harassment and lies reported as fact by journalists and bloggers must stop.”

Cardi and Offest also share a son, whom they welcomed in September 2021. The couple secretly married in 2017 and briefly separated in 2020 before Cardi pulled her divorce papers.

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