- Cardi B has told Democrat candidate Joe Biden that she wants US President Donald Trump out of the White House
- The pair were speaking in a virtual sit-down organised by popular culture and fashion magazine Elle
- Speaking to Biden, Cardi B stressed that she wanted justice for black people and also the provision of free healthcare
US rapper Cardi B has told presidential hopeful Joe Biden she just wants Trump out in a recent discussion about the elections.
In a video chat with Elle magazine, the musician and politician had a virtual sit-down to talk about various topics including the upcoming US elections and the coronavirus pandemic.
Cardi B, who has been very vocal about her disdain for the current administration, told Biden that she wants President Trump gone.
“I have a whole list of things that I want our next president to do for us. But first, I just want Trump out. His mouth gets us in trouble so much."
Cardi added that she wants justice for black people who have been wrongfully killed. She was referring to the recent death of George Floyd at the hands of police.
“I’m sick of it. I just want laws that are fair to black citizens and fair to cops too."
The WAP hitmaker also said that she wants free healthcare for all, especially in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. She said she was confused by how Trump chose to handle the pandemic.
The Democrat candidate also used the opportunity to congratulate Cardi for being featured on the front cover of the popular Elle magazine.
He urged the youth to make their voices heard by casting their votes in the November election. Biden is currently nine points ahead of Trump in the polls. He said:
“Your generation can own what happens in the next election. They can change things dramatically if they show up and vote.”
In other Cardi B news, the rapper recently responded to the backlash from Carole Baskin over the animals in the music video for new song WAP. The song, which features Megan Thee Stallion, has quickly become one of the most-talked-about songs and videos this year.
The explicit track has drawn criticism from some due to the lyrical content. However, the music video has also received some criticism, notably from Tiger King's Carole Baskin.
Baskin is not happy about the treatment of the big cats in the music video. Cardi and Meg dance with tigers and cheetahs in the controversial video.
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