The next candidate for the title of “Queen of the Bronx”, Cardi B, has a diverse activity. First famous on the Internet thanks to her viral Instagram posts , the rapper then became the star of the sixth season of Love & Hip-Hop : New York, while posting two Gangsta Bitch Music mixtapes, vol 1 and vol 2. She only truly achieved queen status with the release of her single “Bodak Yellow”. The song debuted at No.2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and quickly rose to No.1 , making Cardi the first solo rapper to have a No.1 hit since Lauryn Hill , and the first person of Dominican descent to reach. the top of the charts.
Since then, Cardi B has only done a series of feats. Between her collaborations with leading artists like Bruno Mars, her appearances in Super Bowl commercials and the release of her debut album, Bartier Cardi , she found time to get engaged to Offset, the gruff-voiced spitter of Migos. . However, before she experienced all this success, she worked as a stripper, a profession she is not ashamed of and which she says has contributed immensely to making her the star we know now. She is no longer of this life today, but the ghosts of the past still haunt her and recently images of her have surfaced and set the web alight.
Photos of Cardi B collecting shipments of cash from her striptease days go viral on social media
Before becoming a world famous rapper superstar , Bronx native Cardi B danced in exotic clubs in New York City and was preparing for a career in reality TV by being a cast member of Love & Hip Hop. There have been many stories told about her days as a dancer and sometimes fans of the rapper share old photos of her from that time on social media. This week, Cardi posted her own throwback from 2014, throwing him back in the photo with a carpet of dollar bills on the floor. Her post sparked a new trend on Twitter, with fans sharing a similar photo and using it as a meme to describe how rich they would be if championing their favorite artist was a full-time job.
Over the years, many music fans have had to stand up for their favorite artist on occasion, after they’ve released a mediocre song or done something questionable in public. With the culture of cancellation still going strong, it’s been a bit more common in recent years. After Cardi posted her stripper photo, it went viral, with fans using it and adding captions, like ” Me if defending [insert artist name] was a job, ” to communicate to which point they would be rich simply to have supported their favorites.
Although many criticize her past, Cardi B was never ashamed of it, she always knew how to deal with bad tongues.
Since her advent in the US Game, the singer from the Bronx has always been in the grip of attacks of all kinds. In 2019, rumors that she was drugging and raping men as a stripper circulated on the web and in the face of these rumors, the singer did not hesitate to justify herself on the networks.
“ Whether or not these were bad choices at the time, I did what I had to do to survive. I never claimed to be perfect or to come from a perfect world. I’m part of a hip-hop culture where you can talk about where you’re from, talk about the bad things you had to do to get to where you are. ‘I had very limited options,’ ”she wrote on Instagram in response to the fury.
The Grammy winner also pointed out in her intervention that unlike rappers who glorify murder, violence, drugs and theft, she never glorified her past and for that simple reason her oppressors should stop go after her. ” I never glorified the things that I mentioned in this live
, I never even put these things in my music because I am not proud of them and I feel responsible for do not glorify them. I made the choices I made at the time because I had very limited options“, She affirmed. She ended the statement by explaining that the men she was referring to in the old video were men she dated or was involved with, and that they were ” aware and willing “.