Cardi B warns Peppa Pig to 'count her f***ing days' as Kulture ruins Uggs stomping puddles, fans are in splits
Fans have been weighing in with some playful and humorous comments of their own, some even suggesting that Kulture will soon start speaking in a British accent
Cardi B has had her hands full recently when she faced $10 million breach of contract lawsuit filed against her, but now her attentions have been drawn to 'Peppa Pig'. The 'WAP' star took to her social media on December 28 to address (albeit rather humorously) the influence the British animated series has on her baby daughter Kulture Kiari Cephus, whom she shares with rapper Offset. Cardi B issued some stern words for the kids' show and said that 'Peppa Pig' has caused her daughter to spoil her clothes more than once.
"My baby been watching peppa pig and now Everytime she sees a wetpuddle she wants to stomp on top of it," she wrote on Twitter during the early hours of December 28. "That shit gets me so tight ! F**kin up her uggs......Deum you peppa pig ...COUNT YOUR F**KIN DAYS!" the rapper added."
My baby been watching peppa pig 🐷 and now Everytime she sees a wetpuddle she wants to stomp on top of it 😒😒That shit gets me so tight ! FuCkin up her uggs......Deum you peppa pig ...COUNT YOUR FUCKIN DAYS!🤬— iamcardib (@iamcardib) December 28, 2020
Fans have been weighing in with some playful and humorous comments of their own. "Peppa pig mad my little brother believe he was British," says a fan sharing a clip of their little brother asking for water with an accent. One fan joked, "Peppa big as hell. You may wanna rethink that," adding a screenshot of the lead character's height from a fandom page. Another parent sharing a meme sympathized with the singer: "That look when you tell your baby to stop watching Peppa Pig." More warned her abour the time Kulture would start speaking in a British accent just like the cartoon does.
More jumped in on the bandwagon asking if anyone found the cartoon character 'rude', while another said: "LMAOOO plssss not you coming for peppa pig."
"My niece been watching Boss Baby & now she uses everything as a phone and walks around going off on the 'phone' like she runs something These kids shows are crazy ouchea," added another fan.
Peppa pig mad my little brother believe he was British 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/7A4sxbVMHK— The Real Destiny Marilyn ➐ (@sweetnovacane) December 28, 2020
Peppa big as hell. You may wanna rethink that 😂 pic.twitter.com/DphVvuTiTH— B) (@danigirlm_) December 28, 2020
That look when you tell your baby to Stop watching peppa pig 🐷 pic.twitter.com/mLBwriVjnV— BIDEN 1st Son 🇺🇸 (@Freewealth_01) December 28, 2020
do you find pepper pig to be rude? I think she's rude asf— Shari (@BajePanaEmpress) December 28, 2020
Oh Just wait until she talks in nothing but a British accent Cardi 😂— Breyoncé 🐩⚜️ (@Labreezeiana) December 28, 2020
LMAOOO plssss not you coming for peppa pig pic.twitter.com/xnWZkTvwCB— 𝑅𝓎𝒶𝓃 💯🥀 (@BardiRyan) December 28, 2020
My niece been watching Boss Baby & now she uses everything as a phone and walks around going off on the “phone” like she runs something🤦🏽♀️ These kids shows are crazy ouchea🤣😂🤣‼️— V I C T O R I A (@KirlyLoxs) December 28, 2020
For those who need to prep themselves for parenthood and kids obsessed with cartoons, 'Peppa Pig' is a British preschool animated television series that has become increasingly popular around the globe. It is directed and produced by Astley Baker Davies (the studio also behind television series 'The Big Knights', and 'Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom') in association with Entertainment One, Nick Jr and Channel 5.
The show originally aired back in 2004 and there have been six series as of 2019, the most recent of which commenced broadcasting last year in the UK. The series is shown in 180 territories including the UK and US. The series revolves around Peppa, an anthropomorphic female pig, and her family and peers. Each of her friends is a different species of animal. Episodes tend to feature everyday activities such as attending playgroup, going swimming, visiting their grandparents, cousins, going to the playground, riding their bikes, and as noted by Cardi B herself - stomping in puddles.