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‘Don’t Do Kaavia Like That!’: Kaavia James’ Unbothered Vibes Spark Comparison to Viral Childhood Cardi B Meme

Kaavia James Wade is continuing to add to the list of reasons the world knows her as the “Shady Baby.”

The celebrity tyke’s recent social media post delivers on all things petty and witty. As the daughter of often smiley and outgoing parents Gabrielle Union and former NBA star Dwyane Wade, the toddler has a lane of her own for serving up myriad facial expressions and no-holds-barred commentary.

Don't Do Kaavia Like That!?: Kaavia James? Unbothered Vibes Spark Comparison to Viral Childhood Cardi B Meme
Kaavia James Wade (L) and Cardi B (R) Photo: Kaaviajames/Instagram

In the post from July 25, James is seen adorning a pink shirt — her curly hair in a half-up, half-down style — and a smile as she colors. The caption on the post reads, “If you read the entire email, you wouldn’t have follow up questions that are clearly addressed in said email. Reading is fundamental.”

A meme that says, “Sometime’s it’s not a secret, it’s just not your business. THAT PART,” and a childhood photo of rapper Cardi B standing with her hand on her hip with a slight smirk completed the post. James’ facial expression coupled with the post’s other assets provoked an array of reactions from social media users.  

“It’s giving “So like I said…” lol,” and “GIMME A MIN….I’M PROCESSING KAV’S FACE..[laughing emoji],” wrote some users.

“Like I said before this one is an old soul just look into those eyes…I see u kaav u are most def going places!!”

“Oh how she has grown. It seems like just yesterday. She is growing up to be a smart and beautiful little girl,” commented another. Others were instead taken aback that the viral photo of Cardi B had resurfaced.

“Not that Cardi B meme…don’t do Kaavia like that !!

“Cardi is like the lil sis that will eat all your candy and promised not to tell but snitching as soon as the parent get in the house”

“y’all Gon keep playing my girl Cardi’s pic out huh,” wrote one person. In 2018, the childhood photo of the “Bodak Yellow” rapper was nearly impossible to avoid online as throngs of users turned it into memes.

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