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Cardi B Makes Daughter Kulture’s Instagram PRIVATE After Trolls Leave Cruel Comments

After realizing that tons of trolls were calling her little girl cruel names on social media, Cardi B quickly made the Kulture's account private.

Cardi B has immediately taken action when a fan pointed out her three-year-old daughter Kulture’s Instagram was getting flooded with hateful comments. After realizing that tons of trolls were calling her little girl cruel names on social media, the WAP hitmaker quickly made the little daughter’s account private. After realizing that tons of trolls were calling her little girl cruel names on social media, Cardi B quickly made the Kulture’s account private.

Upon seeing a screenshot of Kulture’s toxic comments section on Twitter, the rapper tweeted, “Haven’t been checking my daughter’s account but now I’m going to lock her page.” “I don’t know what is going on but I hope y’all moms die for giving birth to you weirdos,” the mom-of-two fired on Twitter. However, a few hours later, Cardi B deleted her tweet.

Kulture has amassed more than 2.3 million Instagram followers since her mother created her account in September 2020. Meanwhile, the bio of Cardi B’s mini-me reveals the tot’s account is managed by her ‘mommy’ and that Kulture likes ‘everything pink’ and is ‘spoiled’. The first five posts showcase Kulture’s chic style as she dons a darling pink cardigan, a white bow in her hair, and a Louis Vuitton backpack.

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From the beginning, Kulture’s account was full of cute mom-daughter content, including a video of the two in coordinating pink outfits. Cardi B won another social media war last month when she was awarded over $4million total for winning a federal libel case against blogger Tasha K. Tasha claimed that Cardi worked as a prostitute and contracted s**ually transmitted infections, something Cardi fiercely denied.

Cardi, who testified during the trial that the claims against her left her ‘suicidal,’ said in her victory statement that ‘her public has now ‘learned about the darkest time in my life,’ which was ‘fueled by the vile, disgusting, and completely false narratives that were repeatedly and relentlessly being shared online.’

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