Offset released his debut solo album Friday, and he dedicated the project’s title and artwork to his children, including Kulture.
The cover art for the record “Father of 4” features a regal portrait of him and his kids. The rapper, real name Kiari Cephus, sits on a majestic throne as his little ones, Kody Cephus, Jordan Cephus and Kalea Cephus, surround him. Baby Kulture Cephus, his daughter with wife Cardi B, sits on his lap.
When the emcee posted the cover to his social media platforms, many took to Twitter to share their thoughts about it.
Many fans thought album’s cover was adorable and were happy to get another glimpse of the infant, who was also featured in some behind-the-scenes Instagram clips posted by Offset.
Others weren’t as impressed. A couple of people thought the image looked like it was altered with Photoshop.
And a few thought Offset and Cardi B weren’t previously showing a ton of pictures of Kulture, because they wanted to reveal her on the album cover. Only one other photo of the baby has been shared, and that was back in December.
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