- Rapper Cardi B has been vocal about the US elections and she recently shared her thoughts on Trump's defeat
- The musician in a video post on Instagram said the incumbent president lost because his supporters were getting uncontrollable
- Cardi B also noted that she won't hesitate to call out the president-elect if he does not keep his promises
Rapper Cardi B is among American celebrities who have stayed vocal on social media amid the country’s bid to elect a new president.
Hours after major media outlets declared Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden as the president-elect, the rapper took to her Instagram page reacting to the news.
Cardi in the video attempted to give a brief explainer about the reason for the incumbent president, Donald Trump, losing the presidency to Biden.
According to the WAP crooner, Trump lost in the election simply because his supporters were getting completely out of hand.
Cardi B also alluded that God had a role to play in Biden defeating the US president.
Also addressing Trump's supporters, the rapper said they should understand that the president-elect has no intention of kicking them out of the country.
She said Biden will still care for every American regardless of who they supported during the elections.
Concluding her post, the rapper made it clear that she won’t hesitate to call out the president-elect if he assumes office and does not keep his campaign promises.
Although the video is no longer on Cardi’s IG page, Briefly.co.za sighted it on YouTube.
In a related story, Briefly.co.za reported that with US presidential candidate Joe Biden edging closer to being elected president, sensational rapper Cardi B shared an adorable video on her Instagram account. The video showed democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris doing a happy dance to one of Cardi's jams.
The song playing in the background is Cardi's song titled I Like It and Kamala Harris is dancing excitedly to the song looking oh so cute.
Cardi B captioned the video:
"I haven’t been fussing cause I know deep down we finna win."
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