Cardi B trolled fans on social media asking about her race.
Cardi B reacted to the top global hits chart on Spotify as her new feature on “Shake It” featuring Kay Flock and Dougie B’s Bory300. This reaction caused a fan to ask about her race.
“No…..I’m Irish and Yugoslavian.”
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) April 18, 2022
Cardi B’s tweet received a response from another user.
“I find it so weird that you’ve never answered this question out right. Everytime Someone ask you about race you start giving nationalities and/or making jokes. Can’t even say I’m black’ but can yell ‘N** **’ in Every song with ease,” the user wrote.
In a tweet she later deleted, Cardi wrote, “Because I’m Mexican.” she quoted.
The Bronx native spoke about her ethnicity in an interview with CR Fashion Book in 2018.
“One thing that always bothers me is that people know so little about my culture. We are Caribbean people,” she tells Zendaya, “And a lot of people be attacking me because they feel like I don’t be saying that I’m black. Some people want to decide if you’re black or not, depending on your skin complexion, because they don’t understand Caribbean people or our culture.”
“I don’t got to tell you that I’m black. I expect you to know it,” she added.
Cardi also says that people like to hate her.
“Motherf**kers wake up in the morning like ‘Oh my God, Cardi has not nothing today what am I gonna hate on?’ When I don’t post nothing at all motherf**kers make s**t up about me,” she said.
“I find it weird that you care so much about how other people perceive themselves. Worry bout ya self,” one user said.
Cardi B Joins Kay FLock On New Single Shake It
Cardi B took her back to the Bronx.
After collaborating with Summer Walker, the Grammy-winning rapper connected with Kay Flock on the drill star’s new single “Shake It“, featuring Dougie B and Bory300, and they appeared in the music video together Cardi represents Boogie Down Bronx in the drill anthem exemplizing Akon’s 2005 hit “Bananza (Belly Dancer).”
“I’m not one step up, bitch, I’m a stomper / All my opps are mixed with grabba / The broken bitch said she’d touch me / She’s lying, she’s right matata,” Bardi raps on the rhythm produced by Elias Beats.