- Cardi B has released a new song and took the time to thank her fans for their continuous support
- The rapper said that she wasn't feeling too well ahead of the release of the song but she appreciates her supporters
- Cardi's fans flocked to her comments section to send her positive vibes as she gets through a difficult time
After the success of her song WAP featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Cardi B has released a new song titled Up. Fans were excited to see if Cardi could step up her rap game once again with some new jams.
Not only did Cardi release a new song, but she also dropped the official music video. She told her fans that she had been preparing to drop the new song for months. Cardi also took the time to show appreciation for her fans who have supported her through thick and thin.
She's had a tumultuous relationship with Offset but she hardly lets that get in the way of her making new music.
“I want to thank all my fans and everyone that genuinely support me,” said Cardi B.
Although she was feeling a little under the weather, Cardi said that she appreciated her fans and how hard they go for her.
Fans reacted to Cardi's new song drop on social media and they took to the comments section to show their love to her:
"We love you so much. It’s up and stuck for you sister."
"Momma we are here for you. We love you and no matter what you are going through, we will be walking with you."
"I’m sending positive and peaceful thoughts. As well as a virtual hug."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Moonchild Sanelly wants Mzansi to help her collab with Cardi B. Moonchild Sanelly has pleaded with Mzansi to help her collaborate with rap superstar Cardi B.
Moonchild took to Twitter on Thursday, 28 January to ask tweeps to retweet and tag Cardi B until she reads her "love letter".
In her post, the Bashiri hitmaker expressed that she wants to be the first Mzansi artist to collaborate with the Please Me hitmaker. In the "love letter", Moonchild told Cardi that she's amazing even Beyoncé "loves me".
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