Cardi B Fans Left Furious After “Disrespectful” Paparazzi Leak First Photos Of Baby Kulture

4 October 2018, 10:43 | Updated: 4 October 2018, 10:44

Cardi was pictured on a balcony in Miami, Florida with her baby girl.
Cardi was pictured on a balcony in Miami, Florida with her baby girl. Picture: Getty

The ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ rapper was pictured in Miami with her and Offset’s baby daughter, Kulture Kiari, for the first time - and fans aren’t happy.

Since giving birth to her baby girl, Kulture Kiari, back in July, Cardi B has kept her little bundle of joy firmly away from the camera lens.

The ‘Bodak Yellow’ rapstress has posted small tributes to her child with Offset on social media, but has so far managed to hide her away from public view.

However, Cardi has since fallen victim to the eagle eye of the paparazzi after being pictured in Miami with Kulture for the first time.

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In the first ever leaked images of the three-month-old baby, Cardi can be seen taking photos of Kulture, who is being held by a helper, on a balcony in the Florida city.

The images, which were leaked by TMZ, show Kulture wearing an adorable fluffy tutu whilst her mother snaps away. However, fans aren’t happy with the pictures, slamming the “disrespectful" paparazzi for invading the new mother’s privacy.

"F*ck the paparazzi for taking pictures of Kulture and f*ck any Cardi fan page that posts them," wrote one angered fan on Twitter.

Until now, Cardi and Offset have shown only snippets of their life with baby Kulture. The pair, who married in secret last year, were spotted Facetiming their little girl whilst in the club last month.

Cardi is yet to respond to the leaked images. Meanwhile, it has been reported that the new mother could be looking to face "up to a year" in jail after being arrested over an alleged strip club fight.

She surrendered to New York police officers this week, and was officially arrested and charged with two criminal misdemeanours, assault and reckless endangerment.

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