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Fresh off Grammy win, Cardi B tears up at hearing daughter say 'mama' for the first time

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 2/11/2019 Rasha Ali
a man and woman posing for a picture: Cardi B accepts the award for Best Rap Album for "Invasion Of Privacy" with Offset joining her onstage. © ROBERT HANASHIRO, USA TODAY Cardi B accepts the award for Best Rap Album for "Invasion Of Privacy" with Offset joining her onstage.

What's better: Winning a Grammy or hearing your daughter say "mama" for the first time? 

Cardi B's Sunday night was full of firsts. The 26-year-old became the first woman to win a Grammy for best rap album for "Invasion of Privacy." She then went home and was able to hear her 7-month-old daughter say "mama" for the first time.

The "I Like It" artist posted a short and sweet video of Kulture sitting in a walker and saying "mama" after some coaxing." As Cardi is not keen on showing her daughter off, she covered Kulture's face with a big heart-eye emoji.

"After a week of only saying papa ! She saying mama! Happy 7 months Kulture ! We love you," Cardi wrote to Instagram. 

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The rapper had also given a shout-out to her daughter during her Grammys acceptance speech.

"I want to thank my daughter... I'm not just saying thank you because she's my daughter," said a tearful Cardi with Kulture's dad, Offset, by her side. "When I found out I was pregnant, my album was not complete. We was like, 'We have to get this album done so I can shoot these videos while I'm still not showing.' And it was very long nights."

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