“The thing is, honey, you don’t need the Democrats to make you look bad, you make your own self look bad,” the rapper said of Trump’s habit of blaming others.
"The middle class, the poor ― they not getting treated like... celebrities. They’re not getting their f**king coronavirus results the next day,” the rapper said.
The rapper shared her fears about the pandemic on Instagram, telling her fans that she "ain't gonna front."
The K-pop supergroup joined James Corden for "The Late Late Show" bit.
The singer quipped in a song written for the show, "Commander in chief impeached, y’all get out. Let’s bring Cardi B in.”
The rapper revealed her political aspirations in a series of tweets.
It felt like only one female rapper at a time could thrive in 2010. But more women were shining by the end of the decade.
"I believe in forgiveness. I prayed on it," the rapper told Vogue for her cover story.
The rapper told the magazine that being a mom has made her a "different person."
Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, Green Day, Billie Eilish and more read Twitter trolls' harsh posts.