Cardi B and Offset have trademarked their daughter's name.
The couple only welcomed their little girl Kulture Kiari Cephus into the world four weeks ago, but they want to make sure that she's set up for the future and have reportedly filed documents to register her moniker for the "merchandising of shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, skirts and footwear," according to documents obtained by The Blast.
And, in case the youngster wants to follow in her parents' footsteps and delve into music, the pair have secured her the rights to use her name for all "musical recordings, motion pictures, entertainment marketing services, promotion for recording and performing artists, as well as for "online video games and dance events."
The request was filed under Sallie Smith LLC, a company registered to Offset, but the 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker no doubt had a huge say in whether it happened or not.
Kulture will turn a month old at the end of this week but she's already giving her parents - who got married last year in secret - a run for their money as she's been having them up all night long and has been demanding milk "all the time."
She's even started to develop a "spicy" attitude when Cardi is late with feeding her.
Taking to her Instagram account, the rapper uploaded meme of a woman glaring at the camera and wrote: "My daughter when I take too long to get her food."
She added: "My child's been very very spicy today. It's cool though I can handle it."
The 'Be Careful' hitmaker recently joked that, although she's loving motherhood, her eyes are so "puffy" and her skin is so pale she looks like she's got "jaundice."
She said: "I wish I could show you my face but a bitch look f***ed up in the game! Like, my hair's f***ed up. My eyes are so dark and puffy. Like, I'm wild pale like a bitch looking like she got jaundice. But I just really want to say thank you to everybody ... I'm just been so busy and so tired and in like a different world, a different dimension - I like it like that. It's doing so good...
"Now, let me get back to this mommy thing. Let me tell y'all something. No matter how many books y'all read, advice y'all get, y'all will never be ready for mommy mode."