Cardi B's daughter was given a rather extravagant Christmas gift after the star insisted she wanted her to know what the world is really like. The rapper, 28, showed off a Dolce & Gabbana doll that retails at almost Sh108,000 that her daughter Kulture was gifted by her dad Offset. She showed off the gift on her Instagram story, sharing a sweet picture of her little girl leaning over the doll as she unwrapped it. The two-year-old was dressed for the big day in a cute pink dress and clearly loved her present as she fawned over it.
Cardi was heard saying: "Dolce & Gabbana doll her daddy bought her. You love it?"
It comes after Cardi said her daughter was born rich. She told Billboard : "I want her to grow up knowing how the world really is. My daughter came out of my p**** rich. She lives a different lifestyle than I lived."
Kulture played with her half-sister Kalea, five, the eldest daughter of Cardi's husband, 29. The girls ran around the huge Christmas tree, excitedly picking up their presents to unwrap, dancing to show their appreciation. Offset's sons Jordan, 11, and Kody, five, were at the sprawling mansion too, running round with their dad as they played with the new toys Santa had brought them.
Kulture might have loved her gifts, which also included a toy kitchen and a castle from Frozen, but they couldn't keep her attention for long as she made the most of her time with her siblings, running over to help her sister unwrap her presents instead.
"She just wanna bother her sister," Cardi laughed.
Cardi, who wore a pink dress to match the girls, shared a string of stunning snaps on her Instagram account, but joked that it was a bit too much work.
She captioned them: "Next year imma just hire a photographer but they look so beautiful Merry Christmas...."
The WAP star went all out with her decorations. In a video on her Instagram page she showed off her living room, and the five Christmas trees that stood towering over them. She penned: "I really can’t believe this is my home. I be proud of us every time I’m here......excuse the wrapping mess."