Cardi B slams President Trump, calls him a d**khead and a madman
After several Hollywood stars, rapper Cardi B now sets the fire against Trump by addressing him as a "dickhead" who almost started a civil war
'Bodak Yellow' rapper Cardi B has been in the news for her bold pose on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, where she is seen standing with her baby bump popping out and Offset planting a kiss on it. However, the politically stirred hip-hop artist has resorted to Twitter, like several other celebrities, about her disgust for Donald Trump.
In the exclusive piece of Rolling Stone, she said that she is absolutely disgusted by the current President, and — as Robert DeNiro did — asked her fans to cast their votes for the upcoming presidential elections. She said, "Every artist has explained how harmful he is...He has made divisions in this country – he almost made a crazy civil war between the blacks and the whites. He has proven himself to be a madman so many times and proven himself to be disrespectful to women, and that still hasn't gotten him impeached...Clinton got impeached for cheating on his wife, and it's so clear that this nigga has sex with so many porn stars, and he's just been shown to be a dickhead, and it's like, ‘Nope.'"
The conversation led to some brief discussions about gun-control, which Cardi B thinks should be under some strict regulations. However, in spite of believing that gun control requires some mental evolution, she also mentioned that she does support the right to bear arms.
"God forbid, the government tries to take us over, and we can't defend ourselves because we don't have no weapons...How do you think American colonizers went to Africa and it was so easy for them to get those people? Because they had guns. No matter what weapon you have, you can't beat a gun...They have weapons like nuclear bombs that we don't have. So imagine us not having any weapons at all."
Cardi B, after releasing her debut album 'Invasion of Privacy' on April 5, 2018, has taken time off for the birth of her first baby with Offset. Although she has not planned out her baby shower, she would prefer remaining the same that she is now after giving birth. In the exclusive piece with the Rolling Stone, she said, "Just because I'm a mom, my street credibility's not gone, my sex appeal's not gone." However, she pointed out that she is "iffy" about her social media life. "My feelings get hurt when people online talking about family members. I think I'll kill somebody if somebody talking about my child like that."
The stripper turned rapper turned mother is one of the many artists who has taken a strong stance against Donald Trump, specifically because of his immigration policies which require the separation of children from their parents in the US-Mexico border. Cardi B has just joined the quest with prominent artists such as Meryl Streep, Robert DeNiro, and Willie Nelson.