Saturday, November 18, 2017


TRINIDADIAN-DOMINICAN BRONX-born Rapper-RealiTVStar CARDI B Was MADE To BE This FAMOUS and she is the cover story for the new issue of NEW YORK Magazine!!!

Here are some interview interludes:

On how her hit song BODAK YELLOW seems to have become a Women's Anthem, particularly, forWOMEN Of COLOR:

“It makes you feel like a bad b*tch. It gives you this self-esteem. Sometimes I don’t feel like I’m the prettiest, sometimes I don’t feel like I’m on top, and when I hear ‘Bodak Yellow’ again, I’m like, ‘Yeah! I’m that b*tch!’ ” 

On how though she is no longer an exotic dancer, every day she still makes time to  talk to her homegirls via group text:

“I get really happy when people see me perform and they’re rapping my music, but it’s a different feeling when you’re dancing and the men throwing you money because you look good. It’s just like when the rice is getting thrown at the bride. That sh*t really make you feel powerful. It’s the power of the pu**y. It’s just like you’ve got to finesse it.”

On fantasizing about her wedding to finance' OFFSET, who is a member of the GEORGIA native Hip Hop trio MIGOS:

“The world is not ready for it. Everybody got to be wearing red. And my bridesmaids are gonna be wearing suits, what’s good.

On relating to the word FEMINIST:

“You know what? I’m not even gonna consider myself nothing. Here’s the thing that b*tches got me fu**ed up when it comes to that word. People think that being a feminist is a b*tch that, like, went to school. They wear skirts all the way to their m*th*rf*ck*ng ankles like a g*dd*mn First Lady. That’s not being a feminist. Being a feminist is being equal to do what a man do. Ni**as hustle, and I hustle ni**as.”

On NOW understanding some of the harsh realities of FAME:

“You be seeing these artists going through their meltdowns and f*cking shi*t, and you be like, Why you doing all of that? You’re famous, you’re a f*ck*ng millionaire, why? B*tch, I’m broke, want to shave my head.” She laughs. “Then when you in those shoes, it’s just like, I see why people go crazy. This sh*t is not what it fu*k*ng seems. But I can’t complain.”

On struggling with people discrediting her success, and; just wanting to make music that people love:

“I hate that people are trying to make excuses as to why it went No. 1. You know why? Because every time you hear it, your pu**y pops. Your d*ck, it get up. Stop trying to discredit it.”
“Music never felt like a job. Now it’s just like people waiting to see if I fail. I just want to be an artist, I don’t want to be no queen. I wanna hear myself everywhere. I would do elevator music.”


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