Cardi B’s Daughter Kulture Red Carpet Debut at Teyana Taylor’s ‘The Album’ Listening Party

beverly hills, california   june 17 kulture kiari cephus and cardi b attend the teyana taylor the album listening party on june 17, 2020 in beverly hills, california photo by rich furygetty images for def jam recordings

How old were you when you made your first red carpet debut? Because Cardi B’s daughter Kulture completed that milestone at the age of two. Cardi B took Kulture for a night out in Beverly Hills, where they attended Teyana Taylor’s listening party for The Album, which drops Friday in honor of Juneteenth.

Cardi gave a sneak peek of Kulture’s outfit on Instagram, writing “When I see you I know I did something right for a blessing like you.”

They also posed on the red carpet together and I meannnnn….my heart:

beverly hills, california   june 17 kulture kiari cephus and cardi b attend the teyana taylor the album listening party on june 17, 2020 in beverly hills, california photo by rich furygetty images for def jam recordings

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Celebs including Lena Waithe and Cynthia Erivo were also in attendance to celebrate Teyana, who recently spoke to Billboard about the significance of releasing her album on Juneteenth:

“With releasing the album on Juneteenth, it’s important because if you noticed the lead singles that I led with were ‘Made It’ and ‘We Got Love.’ So I’ve always been here. I’ve always been about us being celebrated and celebrating my culture and my people. For everything to happen, from my album getting delayed and it falls perfectly on Juneteenth, yes, it’s a celebration.

We still got work to do, though. It’s still a lot of work to be done, but I just wanted it to be a thing where Juneteenth is amazing, but even after Juneteenth, we have to keep going. We have to keep celebrating one another and not letting that die down. We have to all keep taking a stand, because it shouldn’t be just a thing where we’re celebrated for one day, or a month, and then that’s that.”

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