Cardi B and Offset's newborn daughter, Kulture Kiari, is already making a name for herself before she's even learned to walk. The twosome, who wed in secret and celebrated the birth of their first child four weeks ago, has allegedly filed to trademark their baby girl's name for future finances.

Records obtained via The Blast indicated the "MotorSport" musicians registered the moniker "Kulture" for the "merchandising of shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, skirts, and footwear" last Thursday (August 2) under the Migos hitmaker's Sallie Smith LLC.

The filing also outlines the pair's rights to use their baby girl's name for all “musical recordings, motion pictures, entertainment marketing services, promotion for recording and performing artists," in addition to "online video games, dance events by a recording artist and fan clubs.”

It's an ambitious move taken straight out of the handbook pages of fellow hip-hop super couple, Beyonce and Jay-Z, whose reported $10 million offer to procure legal ownership of their daughter's name (Blue Ivy) was recently denied.

While her baby's brand investment isn't fully finalized yet, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper has yet to skip a beat on her hustle since giving birth to Kulture. In fact, word on the street is the rhymester's next money making gig could be exposing online trolls on MTV's Catfish.

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