- Rapper Cardi B recently attributed the huge success of her latest single WAP to Jesus Christ
- However, a man was not too pleased with the rapper’s position and he called her out on Twitter
- According to the individual, the rap star is only successful because she is giving people what they want
Rapper Cardi B has once again made history with her latest music single WAP which has been topping music charts all over the world since its release.
Just recently, the rapper took to her page on Twitter to attribute the success of the single with explicit lyrics to the power of Jesus Christ.
Cardi had responded to a fellow celebrity who pointed out that a lot of people thought her career was a wrap after the success of Bodak Yellow.
Reacting to the post, the rapper noted that when the Lord Jesus says yes, no man on earth can say no.
See the exchange between them below:
However, it appears the rapper’s take did not sit so well with one of her fans identified as @tomiwaimmanuel.
In response to Cardi’s attribution of her success to Christ, the individual noted that it is entirely far from the case. According to him, the rapper’s music is mostly about immorality and profanity, something that Jesus Christ does not condone in any way.
@tomiwaimmanuel said the rapper is only successful because she is giving people in the world what they want. He said:
“However, her success is not because ‘Jesus said Yes’ — her music is mostly about immorality and profanity, and as much as Jesus loves her, He doesn’t roll with that. She’s successful because she’s giving the world what they want. Fin.”
Read his tweets below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Cardi got her Nigerian fans buzzing on social media after revealing that she would like to pay a visit to the country again.
The rapper in a post shared on her Twitter page said:
“I wanna go back so bad.”
Upon sharing the post, fans were seen telling the rapper that she has been greatly missed and they want her in Nigeria again.
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