Rappers Cardi B and Offset welcomed their first child, baby Kulture Kiari Cephus into the world Tuesday, July 10, and since announcing the birth on Instagram Wednesday, July 11, the pair have been lying pretty low.Read Also: World Cup:Nigerians in Russia are stranded and cash-strapped(photos)
The “Bodak Yellow” singer’s slight social media absence, though totally understandable, was broken when Cardi B posted an Instagram message to her fans after giving birth, thanking her for their love and support on Saturday, July 14. The message accompanied her repost of a hilarious parody fan video of actors playing Cardi B and Offset as parents.
After laughing at, seemingly, the uncanniness of the video parody, the Invasion of Privacy superstar wrote,
“Thank you for the congrats we really appreciated. thatnk you to family and friends that’s been hitting me up checking on me. It’s been a little hard for me to reply back cause this mommy job requires full day, all day, all night attention. I love you guys.”
Although what was technically one of her first social media posts since giving birth wasn’t a photo introducing baby Kulture to her followers, the parody video she chose to share was seriously the next best thing. It’s safe to bet that there are a lot of fans wishing they could be a fly on the wall right about now. You know, to witness Cardi B and Offset showering their newborn with love, and to watch their reactions when having to change their first batches of dirty diapers.
The hilarious video does that and more, however, and will probably be the funniest thing you see on the internet today.
Decked out in their best Cardi B and Offset guise, Instagrammers @NatalieFriedman and @Sidssoul gave the world a peek into the world of new parents, doing everything from changing dirty diapers, taking turns waking up in the middle of the night to tend to the baby, as well as the magically moment that the pair chose baby Kulture’s name. It was definitely a hilarious dig at the couple’s super stardom, but Cardi B, as well as fans in the comments, took the parody in stride.