Cardi B transforms into spooky family matriarch Morticia Addams for Halloween post on Instagram

Cardi B got into the holiday spirit as she transformed into Morticia Addams on Sunday on social media.

The 29-year-old rapper posted several pH๏τos on Instagram as the family matriarch of The Addams Family for her roughly 113 million followers.

The New York City native wore a sheer black metal dress with a custom-made corset and had her shiny black hair parted down the middle while adding a pop of color with bright red lipstick.

Family matriarch: Cardi B got into the holiday spirit as she transformed into Morticia Addams on Sunday on social media

‘MORTICIA ADDAMS…’, Cardi wrote in the caption while giving credit for her dress to designer Natalia Fedner, 38.

Cardi, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, also shared Halloween pH๏τos on Instagram of her and daughter Kulture, three, dressed up as witches.

Costume inspiration: Cardi herself was the inspiration for a Halloween costume as Tamron Hall, 51, dressed as the rapper when she was pregnant at the 2021 BET Awards in June

Mama witch: The rapper, Cardi, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, also shared Halloween pH๏τos on Instagram of her and daughter Kulture, three, dressed up as witches

Family affair: Kulture and Cardi wore matching  black witch outfits

Spell on: ‘WE PUT A SPELL ON YOU AND NOW YOU’RE OURS,’ Cardi wrote as a caption

Cardi and Offset, 29, also welcomed a son on September 4 and announced his arrival via Instagram on September 6.

Offset dressed up as none other than Rick James for Halloween and was shown in Cardi’s Instagram Stories wearing a black leather outfit, tall boots and a wig.

He danced to Super Freak as he channeled the late funk and R&B singer.

Cardi won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album for her work Invasion Of Privacy in February 2019.

Nailed it: Offset dressed up as none other than Rick James for Halloween and was shown in Cardi’s Instagram Stories wearing a black leather outfit, tall boots and a wig

Hit song: The Migos member danced to Super Freak as he channeled the late funk and R&B singer