Twitter Came For Cardi B And Her Success And She Shut That Down Real Quick
Cardi B is a shining example of how to take credit for your hard work. In an era where women still struggle with taking ownership of their accomplishments, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper has no problem applauding herself for the success her career efforts have granted. She’s also proving that if you don’t them, you can mark her absent to the conversation.
In a recent post to her Twitter account, Cardi shut down anyone questioning her career success.
I will never let nobody discredit me ,before i sign to Atlantic i put 2 mixtapes out and i was pushing FOREVA by myself .I went to Renaissance HS for musical theater .I been love music .After high school i Stopped wanna know why ?cause music DONT PAY YOUR FUCKING BILLS A JOB DOES
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) March 27, 2018
Yes, believe it or not, there are apparently people in this world who second-guess the New York native’s success and recent glowup.
“I will never let nobody discredit me, before I sign to Atlantic I put 2 mixtapes out and I was pushing FOREVA by myself,” the rapper wrote. “I went to Renaissance HS for musical theater. I been love music .After high school i Stopped wanna know why ?cause music DONT PAY YOUR F**KING BILLS A JOB DOES.”
Her latest tweet comes on the heels of her latest announcement of a big achievement: her debut album.
Besides providing us knowledge of the album’s drop date (April 6) the former “Love & Hip Hop” star revealed the album’s title is “Invasion of Privacy.” A recent interview of the artist with CR Fashion Book Issue 12 might be a hint that the title is a reflection of the chart-topper’s recent adjustment to fame. In the interview, Cardi B admits that she felt “a little bit happier” a few years ago. “I had less people who had opinions about my life,” she told CR Fashion Book Issue 12. “I felt like my life was mine. Now I feel like I don’t even own my life. I feel like the world owns me.”
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