Cardi B woke up to the reaction after sharing his views on the current state of music. As we reported on Instagram Live, Cardi said, “I’m tired of hearing the same muthaf ** kin sha *. You know why I forgot to do it. Tell me something about me. I’m from the strip club. And now since I’m into games and everything and I can see all these muthaf ** ckas on Twitter like you need to have it, you need to have bars, you need to have it “I want to make music to turn f ** k up.”
The Bronx is back at Native’s Village Sharing on how he’s being dragged. “That’s why I don’t go live because Mutafra changes my words,” the rapper said. Before the video ended, he said he was no longer going to live. Shortly afterwards, Cardi issued an apology via Twitter for those he offended.
“I just want a balance. Sorry if I say something wrong. I just like music that gets harder and promotes the club, like T Grizzly’s “Dreams and Nightmares” and “First Day Out”. A perfect balance between wrap and turn up, ”he wrote. If you are familiar with these two bops, they are both similar due to the build up of the song. So much so that in 2018 Tee revealed in an interview with MTV that Meek Mill inspired her song.
“I’ve always wanted to do something quietly because he inspired the song ‘First Day Out,'” Detroit Native said. You know, it’s kind of like a “dream and a nightmare” feeling. We end that song. I reached out to him. He hit me. “
Several roommates agreed with Cardi and felt there was no need to apologize. One commented, “He said what he said! I hate that he has to apologize every time he opens his mouth. Rumiz, do you think Cardi was wrong to share his opinion?”
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