Cardi B Thanked Her Fans While Embarking On A New Collaboration
29-year-old rapper Cardi B, who made history as the first female rapper to have a triple diamond single certificate in December 2021 and has partnered and collaborated with companies such as Reebok, Facebook and Playboy, has added a new one to her collaborations with Starco Brands, the producer of Whipshots, an alcoholic whipped cream product.
Whipshots, vodka-mixed whipped cream, has already launched in retail stores and department stores nationwide. Cardi B says that whether she’s making a song or releasing a product, they should all be hits.
Speaking to Complex, she said: “I feel like if it was just mediocre, people would just be like, ‘ah, whatever.’ Things are always going to sell when you have hardcore fans, but I wanted this to be big. Like, bigger than life and that is always the goal,” “
So I believe in my product. I love my product.
It’s delicious and it’s very strong. And I feel like everybody keeps giving me positive feedback.”
“Every single time I feel like the whole world is against me, they let me know that, no, there’s still a whole group of people that love the fuck out of me. And hey, I got 120 million followers, like, hello!”
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“This is really meant to be a party starter. This is not only dessert. I wanted a party starter. I wanted something that is like, when I’m in Miami, I start giving [out] these Whipshots on a yacht and all of these girls start having fun. [Or] when I’m in my grandmother’s house and we try to get the party lit because my family likes to have a good time.
That’s what I was thinking of.”
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Cardi B Is Still Affected By The Negative Energy On Social Media
Cardi, who recently won the lawsuit against YouTuber Tasha K for defamation alleged against her, received approximately $3 million in damages and attorney fees. Of course, she admits that as a business woman, it’s hard to run a business without being swayed by criticism and negative energy on social media. Referring to this issue in her statement to Complex, Cardi said; “It’s a little bit difficult still,” she replies. “I think I’m getting more numb to it…I feel like I’m not as bad as before, you know what I’m saying?
Expressing that one of the things that keeps her strong is her special fan base, Cardi does not neglect to send greetings to them.
“I have a family and I have become really cool and close with a lot of my fans, Bardi Gang,” she says.
“And every single time I feel like the whole world is against me, they let me know that, no, there’s still a whole group of people that love the fuck out of me.
And hey, I got 120 million followers, like, hello!”