- Cardi B's curious fans have been hitting her up on social media to ask her to drop new music
- The US rapper told one of her stans on Twitter that she will release new music soon that will "shake the table"
- The award-winning musician has been interacting with her millions of followers on Twitter for for the past few days
Cardi B has told a curious fan that she will drop new music soon. The award-winning rapper took to social media to reply to some of her fans who had questions about her rap career.
Briefly.co.za saw how the rapper has been interacting with her followers on Twitter in the month of July. The Press hitmaker told tweep, @OluborodeV, that her new music is "going to shake the table".
@OluborodeV had asked the stunner when she will give her fans new songs. Cardi replied:
"Soon. Its going to shake the table."
The star explained to another tweep that she doesn't have a management team but her lawyer deals with everything concerning her career moves.
"I don’t have no managers. None at all! My lawyer handles my business."
Cardi has also addressed some of the trolls who have accused her of not supporting the less fortunate amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
"And I’m not trying to sound selfish but there’s a whole pandemic. Artists are not performing, deals are on hold and we are just now allowed to do big production. We don't know how the economy will be in a couple of months. That's why you have to save money for a rainy day."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that US rapper Quavo from the hit group Migos has taken to social media to brag about their much-anticipated fourth studio album titled Culture III.
The star took to Twitter to put his money where his mouth is. Quavo said the Walk It Talk It hitmakers will drop the best album in 2020 and 2021.
"And we gon drop best album of 2020 and 2021, I bet another million dollars!"
Judging from Quavo's tweet, he is definitely sure that they have been cooking fire tracks in the studio. They have been working on Culture III for more than a year and a half. His tweet is also a hint that they might have been working on two albums, for 2020 and 2021.
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