- Rapstar Cardi B destroys double standards in Music Industry.
The high-ranking star reached out to Twitter to complain about rappers’ highly high standards like him, saying they were constantly “disrespectful” and felt they were “not good enough.”
Responding to a post about criticizing rap stars, Cardi wrote, “Female rappers need to force performance, great visual effects, hours of makeup, hours of hair, crowd pressure to look perfect, make great music, but they will be so disrespectful. You not always good enough; what’s new? (sic)”
Despite being whole of the world’s best-selling artists, the 28-year-old Cardi had previously speculated that she was happier before becoming famous. However, the WAP hitmaker stated, “I feel like I was a little happier two or three years ago when I had less money.
“I have fewer people who have an opinion about my life. I feel like my life is mine. Now I feel like my life is not mine. I feel like the world owns me.” Cardi also insists on taking inspiration from things and people that exist outside of the name world.
He said: “My role models hold the people around me that I see work.
“It was as if my mother came home from work and started cooking right away. I admire my maid too, don’t I? He had undressed. Once he gets home at five or six in the morning, he counts singles to the end and then gets his son ready for school and, boom, take him to school.
Cardi, on the other hand, admits that being famous has several positive aspects. The rap star, who owns two Offset Kulture with fellow rappers, thinks: “My family gets what they want. So I can bring whatever I want to buy. “I don’t have to agonize too much about my future.”