- WAP hitmaker Cardi B has addressed the various claims that she specifically makes music for TikTok users
- The rapper didn't allow anyone to discredit her for her hard work and named all the successful music she's had
- Cardi found it strange that people were trying to take the shine away from female rappers and was not letting up
Ever since TikTok became popular, it has been a key way for people to find new music. Especially with trends and social media challenges coming to light, TikTok is always the place where it starts.
Cardi B's songs have been really popular on the video-sharing app and there have been claims that the rapper has been making her songs specifically for TikTok. She's now come out and addressed these claims.
"Dont try to play me like I just started this s*** cause of TikTok. My last four videos I gave choreography and did well award shows as well," said Cardi.
Cardi B listed all her songs that have been doing well and told social media users to "eat it up".
The rapper also explained that she's not the one who started all the challenges on social media and also defended other fellow female musicians while she was at it.
“How you mad that these female rappers songs becoming TikTok challenges because people genuinely wants to dance to it," said the rapper.
Cardi also took the time to thank her fans for the support once again, as well as the TikTok influencers who helped make her music even more popular.
Miss Cardi is just not having it and is not letting anyone take her shine away.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cardi B dropped a new song and video during hard times and fans reacted. 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.
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