Cardi B: ‘I want Kulture to be elegant’

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Cardi B wants to teach her daughter Kulture the importance of elegance.

The I Like It rapper has shared her thoughts on how she and husband Offset wanted to raise the tot, who they welcomed in July 2018.

“The first lesson I want her to know is don’t be too extra. Less is more, you know?” she told Elle.com. “Elegance takes it all, every time. You can never go wrong with elegance. I want her to learn that the most.”

Cardi also confessed she was more comfortable, and sexy, in a pair of heels, and would never choose to wear a pair of flats.

“The truth is, heels is always gonna be sexier (sic). They contour your body way better. They make your legs look prettier. They put your butt higher. Heels exist for a reason, you know? You gotta make them a part of your life,” the 26-year-old explained.

Her obsession with stilettos started in childhood, when she would totter around the house in her mother’s high heels.

“I used to always play with my mom’s heels when I was younger. I’d put them on and wear them around the house, even when they were huge on me. I’d beg her to buy me pairs of kiddie heels. It’s always been my thing. I feel like I tried wearing heels the second I could walk,” Cardi recalled.

And the rapper, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, revealed she would let her daughter Kulture wear high heels, but only in the house.

“I think I’ll do the same thing my mom did for me – like, she can wear them, but only around the house. That’s the rule; the heels stay inside the house,” she shared.

Cardi has recently launched her second clothing collection with Fashion Nova, and while footwear is off the agenda for her fashion empire plans at the moment, the rapper hinted she may be releasing a make-up line.

“It’s something I wanna do,” the star hinted to Entertainment Tonight, while teasing that something would be unveiled “very soon”.

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