Back in September 2020, Cardi B made an Instagram account for her daughter Kulture, who was two years old at the time it was started.
The account, filled with photos of the adorable little girl, gained followers rapidly, gaining 2.3 million followers in a short time. The account isn’t accessed by Kulture herself, according to the bio, but is managed by Cardi B herself.
“Hey buddies🎀 Kulture official page🌸 I like everything pink💝 Spoiled💟 This page is managed by my mommy @iamcardib.”
Recently, however, fans of the 29-year-old rapper have noticed a trend of nasty troll comments on the little girl’s account and posted their concerns about the comment sections to Twitter.
Some of the screenshots have included messages such as, “Big head squid” from a throwaway account with the words “I hate Cardi B” in their username. Other users called the three-year-old obese, bald-headed, and other bullying statements, calling for the account to be disabled.
A fan of Cardi B took to Twitter, sharing screenshots of the hateful, trolling messages.
In the post, they wrote, “This is Kulture comments right now…They really have some nerve trying to play police on here.”
This brought the comments to the WAP rapper’s attention. According to Buzzfeed News, in a QRT that has since been deleted, Cardi B wrote that she hadn’t been reading the comments on the photos she posted to her daughter’s account.
“Haven’t been checking my daughter account but now I’m going to lock her page …I don’t know wtf is going on but I hope y’all moms die for giving birth to you hoe ass weirdos”
She then did as promised and set her daughter’s Instagram account to private. It is still active, but only followers of the account are able to see and comment on the posts, which will hopefully weed out the worst of the trolls harassing the account. Cardi B and husband Offset share Kulture and her younger brother, who was born in September 2021.