- Cardi B is on cloud nine after her song with Megan Thee Stallion made history on Monday, 17 August
- The popular US rapper has become the first female rapper to debut at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart
- The Invasion of Privacy artist has also become the first female rapper to boast number 1 tracks in two different decades
Cardi B has made history yet again with her new single featuring Megan Thee Stallion. The hit track, titled WAP, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Monday.
An excited Cardi took to social media to share her success with fans and thank all who were involved in the accomplishment.
The controversial bop has broken multiple records including the highest streaming first week by a female artist, the highest streaming first week of 2020, and one of the top three hip-hop streaming debuts of all time. Cardi now has four number 1 four songs on the Hot 100 chart.
Futhermore, Cardi has become the first female rapper to have a #1 on the Hot 100 in two different decades.
Cardi took to her Instagram page to share her excitement. She thanked her fans and Jesus. Taking lyrics from a Michelle Williams song, the flamboyant rapper sang:
"When Jesus says yes, nobody can say no."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cardi B dropped her highly-anticipated song with Megan Thee Stallion. The song is lit but the music video is out of this world. Fans were surprised to spot Kylie Jenner and singer Normani in the star-studded video.
It is the first time the popular female rappers have collaborated and many were excited to see what they would drop. They did not disappoint.
In other Cardi news, the US rapper old 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.
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