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12 July 2018, 12:17 | Regina Holmes
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Cardi B, 25, shared a picture of herself heavily pregnant and naked, posing among flowers, and simply wrote the name of her baby and that she was born on Tuesday.
Cardi confirmed her pregnancy in April, after months of speculation, and in late June, she confessed she and Migos star Offset, born Kiari Kendrell Cephus, had actually married in secret last September, before he staged a concert proposal in October.
RapperCardi B has given birth to her first child and given her a Kardashian-esque name. They named her Kulture Kiari Cephus. Offset proposed publicly a month later so she could still have that "special moment that every girl dreams of".
On Twitter, Kulture's name quickly rose to the top of the trends. Wearing a tight-fitting white gown, the "I Like" it rapper took the stage to perform her song "Be Careful" bearing a very obvious baby bump.
The rapper is an open book on social media, where she commands an audience of millions, having unwrapped baby gifts and shared video clips from her daily life with adoring fans.
Fans have been patiently awaiting the delivery of the baby since Cardi B revealed her pregnancy while wearing a handsome white gown during an "SNL" performance back in April.
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