Cardi B has admitted she ''needed'' to have a child like her daughter Kulture to keep her on her toes.
Cardi B ''needed a girl'' like her daughter.
The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker gave birth to her baby girl Kulture, whom she has with her husband Offset, in July and, although she's mocked the tiny tot's ''spicy attitude'' on more than one occasion, she's glad she has a strong personality.
Taking to her Instagram account, the 25-year-old rapper - who is yet to share a picture of Kulture's face - uploaded a photo of her baby's hands holding hers.
And she captioned the shot: ''I needed a girl like you. KK. (sic)''
The 'Be Careful' rap star is so besotted with her little girl that she's reportedly demanding at least $300,000 for her first gig back since giving birth.
However, it's not just the price that needs to be right as the brunette beauty has also said any gigs need to be close to her home so she can go back to her baby.
Cardi announced that she had pulled out of Bruno Mars' tour '24K Magic' because her body didn't feel ready to do the choreography every night.
She also felt uncomfortable leaving her newborn daughter for that long after doctors told her that there's no way the tiny tot can join her on the tour bus or fly.
She said at the time: ''I think I underestimated this whole mommy thing. Not only am I just not ready physically, I'm not ready to leave my baby behind since the doctors explained it's not healthy for her to be on the road.''
However, despite her decision not to go on tour, Cardi has wasted no time throwing herself back into work as she's determined to make money for her baby.
One fan said recently: ''Nothing puts in perspective how much women give up being pregnant and having a baby more then the fact that Cardi B had to cancel a world tour with the biggest pop artist in the world right now and Offset is still on tour like nothing happened (sic)''
To which Cardi replied: ''Just cause I'm not on your doesnt mean I'm working ;)I'm working harder then ever and you will see soon ! (sic)''
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