Cardi B is getting ready to announce her stream on Kay Flock’s new track “Shake It” featuring Dougie B & Bory 300.
Part of the video trended on Twitter over the weekend.
Shared by Sidetalk, New York’s one-minute street show. In the music video, Cardi appears surrounded by Bronx natives on the set of the “Shake It” music video.
“Shout out to the motherfuckin’ Bronx,” Cardi says. “Y’all be playing with the Bronx but let me tell you something: these Bronx niggas right now got all the views beating all y’all niggas on YouTube deadass.”
While the full song won’t be released until Friday, April 15, Twitter has been flooded with comments about Cardi taking on the NYC drill.
Here are some comments:
“Cardi coming to show the girls how to REALLY do drill. SHAKE IT 4/15,”
“Cardi B is unbelievable what a star,”
“Cardi’s impact is undeniable,” the fan tweeted. “Cardi’s page is currently deactivated, but she still manages to be the topic of the discussion with over 50k tweets. That’s iconic to me.”
“Cardi B on drill is a match made in heaven, I’ve heard 6 seconds and I at least want 3 songs from her doing drill,” another tweet reads.
“I just know this Cardi B verse gonna go crazy,”
Cardi B Argued With Fans And Deleted Her Social Media Accounts
Cardi shut down her Twitter and Instagram accounts after fighting with her fans.
Fans reacted to the rapper who did not attend the Grammys. Cardi B gave several responses after getting angry about this situation. Then she deactivated her social media accounts.
Cardi warned her followers that she will be deleting her twitter account. Then she went to Instagram Live. Before closing this account, she told about the problems she experienced.
“I’m deleting my Twitter On God I hate this f###### d###### fan base,” she wrote before deactivating each account. “You got the slow d######## dragging my kids all cause y’all [thought] I was going to the Grammys and I didn’t the f###?”
Cardi chose not to attend the 4th Grammy Awards.