Cardi B Responds To Online Trolls Who Slammed Her For Getting Pregnant

Cardi B Responds To Online Trolls Who Slammed Her For Getting Pregnant

Cardi B Responds To Online Trolls Who Slammed Her For Getting Pregnant

This could mean that she will welcome her baby sometime in July.

The "Bodak Yellow" singer also revealed her pregnancy reveal on Saturday Night Live over the weekend was not completely by choice. During the Grammys, Cardi B said she deals with pregnancy rumors every two weeks, but this time, it was totally legit.

"The regret of it, probably?" Such boasts have been a part of her lyrical style since her earliest mixtape, but Invasion of Privacy contextualizes these references with greater self-awareness, specifically of the conflicts that can arise from success: "I been broke my whole life, I have no clue what to do with these racks", she admits. And you know the thing that I hated it the most? I'm a grown woman, I'm 25-years-old, I'm going to share this in the most humblest way, I'm a schmillionaire ... I'm prepared for this, ' said Cardi.

But not everyone agreed, including other women.

In the duo's monologue, Cardi B revealed she did not trust Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. "And it's like, why can't I have both?" Like as a woman, why can't I have both?

"I just feel extremely hungry with things especially because - I hate my mentality, I hate trying to prove people wrong - but it's like I have to prove people that it's like a baby won't stop me. I want my kid now that I have energy and stuff". All she was doing was like, "Hi". The intro song, "Get Up 10", is a fiery anthem of empowerment, as she recounts her rise to the top and the days before her music career when she was working as a stripper across the street from her school. But choosing between a career and a baby is a common talking point spurred on by the abortion industry. "Everybody want to joke around, 'Oh, you're the fourth baby mom. You can do this'".

There is no bigger name in hip-hop right now than Cardi B. It's hard to believe now that critics once doubted her longevity in the industry after her Grammy-nominated hit "Bodak Yellow" was released last summer. I'm smarter than what people think. "I want people to look good, to look high end with a good budget price, and this is the ideal opportunity". This is a pop album as much as it is a trap and hip-hop one (producers include Benny Blanco, of Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber fame, along with DJ Mustard and 30 Roc), and possibly points to a future where the authenticity of a rapper isn't based exclusively on them writing all their own lyrics (but this, perhaps, ought to be a separate discussion).

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