AceShowbiz - Rappers Cardi B and Offset have filed paperwork to trademark their baby girl's name for a series of merchandising and entertainment purposes.
The married stars welcomed Kulture Kiari Cephus last month, and it appears they are already planning for their daughter's future by applying for the rights to her unique moniker.
Documents obtained by The Blast reveal the couple is seeking to secure the use of her name for all "musical recordings, motion pictures, entertainment marketing services" and promotion for recording and performing artists, as well as "online video games" and "dance events".
The paperwork, filed on behalf of Offset's firm Sallie Smith LLC, also covers the possibility of a fashion line, incorporating designs for shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, skirts, and footwear.
Cardi previously revealed Offset had picked out their baby's name, a variation of the spelling of his band Migos' Culture album series.
"My dude named the baby. I really like the name," she told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres after confirming her pregnancy in April.
However, the 25-year-old declined to go public with the moniker at the time, explaining, "I'm gonna let him say the name, since he named the baby. It's like, almost tricky but when it comes out it's like, 'Ohh!!'"
The tot is Cardi's first, while Offset has three other children from three previous relationships.