Cardi B and Offset have trademarked their baby daughters name less than a month after she was born.
The rappers welcomed Kulture Kiari Cephus to the world on 10 July and have now secured her future success with her own trading name.
The couple filed to register their little girls full name for merchandising rights of shirts, jackets, trousers and other items of clothing, documents obtained by The Blast reveal.
They made sure their daughter has the right to use her own name if ever she wanted to follow in her parents footsteps in the music industry.
Also included for good measure were motion pictures, online video games and dance events.
The request was filed under Sallie Smith LLC, a company registered to Migos rapper Offset, though we can assume Cardi B had her say in the decision.
After the birth of Kulture, Cardi B pulled out as the opening act for Bruno Mars explaining she just wasnt ready to leave her little girl behind and set off on tour.
However, it was recently revealed shell be making her musical comeback later this year, first headlining Global Citizen Festival in New York with Janet Jackson and The Weeknd.
The Bodak Yellow rapper will later front the Texas Mala Luna Festival in October.
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