Cardi B had been asked on social media recently how she is able to change eight-month-old son Wave’s nappy whilst wearing long, acrylic nails – with her responding by sharing a ‘tutorial’ video
Cardi B has shared an ‘tutorial’ on how she changes a nappy whilst sporting long acrylic nails, with fans in hysterics over the video which was uploaded to social media.
The rapper, 29, is known for having lengthy nails with her aesthetic choice prompting curiosity over how she’s able to change her eight-month-old son Wave Cephus’ nappy.
The Grammy Award winner – whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar – was asked about it on Twitter recently, with her responding by sharing a tutorial on the platform yesterday.
The performer said she had ‘made a whole video’ about it, using a teddy bear to demonstrate her technique – which was shared with her 22.5 million followers last night.
Getty Images for Whipshots)
The 2 minute video – which includes a cameo by her daughter Kulture Cephus, three, shows the singer changing a nappy on a teddy bear whilst wearing long, acrylic nails.
She starts the video by removing clothes from the stuffed toy and taking off the dirty diaper, with her seen wiping it against the teddy as she removes it.
Cardi tells viewers: ‘You always wanna make sure you clean the buttcheeks [with a wipe]. Turn [them] to the side, open it up and clean [the butthole] really good.’
It’s at that point that her daughter Kulture makes an appearance, asking her mother why she’s cleaning the teddy – with the rapper responding: ‘It’s a long story.’
The rapper had said in the caption that she feels ‘boys harder to clean,’ with her reiterating in the recent video that she believes they have ‘more crevices than girls.’
Cardi further cleans the teddy with a wipe, before opening a new diaper. She places it over the teddy and fastens the sides, encouraging viewers to do it ‘tight.’
Discussing her ease, she said: ‘I don’t know is it because I have two kids, so I could do it probably a little faster. Maybe because I’ve been wearing nails this long since I was 19.’
She however suggested that she does find one bit a little tricky, saying that clicking the metal buttons on the onesie, when redressing the baby, is the part she ‘hates the most.’