Celebrity Cardi B Cardi B and Offset's Daughter Kulture Has the Cutest Braided Hairstyle "Stunnin like her daddy ..." By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on November 19, 2021 @ 12:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Cardi B's daughter has a new hairstyle, and she's taking after her dad Offset. On Nov. 18, Cardi took to Instagram to give her followers a glimpse at Kulture Kiari Chepus' adorable braided hair. In the carousel of photos, Kulture models her new look, which features two very long braids accompanied by many smaller ones along either side of the style. The look was finished off with sweet braided hearts on both sides of her head, laid baby hairs, and tiny pearl accents. The new hairstyle resembles that of her father Offset, who often wears his hair in long braids. Cardi even pointed out that Kulture's braids were inspired by her dad. "Stunnin like her daddy …. @kulturekiari ♥️💋🎈🍓," she wrote alongside the photos that show Kulture proudly wearing her hairstyle along with mini Burberry sunglasses. The Migos rapper showed his approval for his daughter's look with a sweet comment on the post. "My stylish mama so cute," he wrote. Cardi B's Net Worth Proves She's Made Plenty of Money Moves It's been a busy past few months for the new mother of two. In September, she and Offset welcomed a son, their second child. And just earlier this month Cardi announced on Instagram that she bought a new home in New York City. "These days I don't just live one place, I'm everywhere due to my work," she wrote in an Instagram post that shows off the grand entrance of her new place. "One thing for sure I needed a home in my home city of NY! I'm soo proud of myself. I work so hard for my children to be comfortable everywhere they are regardless of work."