Cardi B took to Twitter at the end of March in order to dole out a command and a complaint. “I haven’t been to New York in a MONTH!!” she tweeted. “I miss my my moms Ya motherfuckers better love this album.”
However, this shows a lack of pretentiousness that made social media luminary turned reality TV star turned indisputable rapper an adored figure. Unlike many of her fellow celebrity pals, Cardi B is brave enough to get candid about her feelings, which an endearing quality. This quality of her also has led her to be “the people’s diva” as writer Brittany Spanos described the artist with this name last year.
Whether or not enough attention you have paid to the pop star, but you may have noticed that Cardi complains a lot about the popularity she gained.
In a Rolling Stone article which was published last fall, Spano wrote about Cardi and her laments about her since-deleted tweet, referring to Kim Jong Un as “Won Tung Soup,” she noted, “I used to tell myself that I will always be myself” added, “Little by little, I’m feeling like I’m getting trapped and muted.”
She later admitted her fear of failure, saying, “If you go broke and lose your career, it’s bad – and everybody is talkin’ shit about it! At least if you lose your 9-to-5 you don’t got millions of people judging you and talking shit while you lost your job.”
The pop star hinted that she’s pissed off due to people’s trash talk at the time. Since then, the artist has confirmed it. She opened up much about the same complaints — she has at this time about her relationship with fiance Offset — in her cover story for Cosmopolitan March issue.
On her decision to continue her relationship with Offset, despite the clip that suggested he cheated on her, she explained to writer Jazmine Hughes, “I don’t have low self-esteem.”