Offset Shares Video of Cardi B Giving Birth to Their Daughter Kulture
By Paige Gawley
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Offset is bringing his fans into the delivery room!
Fresh off wife Cardi B's GRAMMY win for Best Rap Album on Sunday night, the 27-year-old Migos rapper took to Instagram to share an intimate look at their private life.
In the video, fans get a sneak peek at an upcoming documentary about Offset that's set to be released, along with his new album, on Feb. 22. Though concert footage and shots of him working in the studio are certainly exciting, the most shocking moment is a clip of Cardi giving birth to their daughter, Kulture, last July.
Fans are right there, as Offset stands by Cardi's head looking down as she welcomes Kulture into the world. It's a raw moment, with Cardi screaming in pain and Offset doing his best to comfort her. The video ends with a shot of Offset standing off to the side in the delivery room and looking very overwhelmed.
Cardi, 26, commented on the video, writing "Can't wait," alongside a few emojis.
In her speech, she thanked both her husband and their daughter for their support throughout the making of her album, Invasion of Privacy.
"I want to thank my daughter," she began. "When I found out that I was pregnant, my album was not complete. I had like three songs... We was like, 'We have to get this album done so I can shoot these videos before I am showing.' It was very long nights."
"You, husband, thank you," Cardi continued. "Nah, serious, because he was like, 'You gonna do this album, girl. We gonna have this baby. We gonna make this album.'"
ET spoke with Cardi earlier this month and she said that she's "working it out" and "taking it slow" with Offset.
"We're always going to be a family that's together. My baby loves us both," she said. "Having a baby that the whole world wants to see and watch and know, we just have to be very overly protective. We make sure we're always communicating, show care and make sure that we [are in] sync."
"Our schedules are so crazy and it's just [important to] spend time," she added. "These are the times that babies recognize their parents. They want to be close to their parents all the time."