Cardi B shows off her incredible curves in purple thong suit while dancing to her new track
Rapper Cardi B sports racy purple thong bodysuit in social media video where she twerks to her new track 'Yes.'
Rapper Cardi B is truly a force to reckon with and has massive gravitas in the industry. Her new feature film acting debut is all set to be released in theaters soon.
The 'Bodak Yellow' rapper was seen showing off her killer curves and body while sporting a purple thong bodysuit on social media over the weekend. She had her hair styled into two long ponytails with pink low-lights as she twerked and danced to her new track 'Yes.' Her latest track is a collaboration with Fat Joe and Anuel AA.
Cardi seemed to be channeling her inner Harley Quinn meets Joker in the short dance clip. She can also be seen sporting a manicure which features extra-long, bright turquoise nails. Her leotard highlighted all her assets which she showed to the camera. She was seen with a purple fringe that had long tassels hanging from the bodysuit which added a hypnotic effect in the video.
She decided to finish off the look with a pair of black boots that had transparent platform heels. The mother of one had also taken a break from dancing to share a confessional selfie video sporting the same racy outfit. The message she had shared was directed at body shamers of all kinds and negative comments that she noticed on posts about women showing off their bodies.
She had captioned the video clip, "Am I bugging? Women talk about uplifting each other, but are we really uplifting each other?" In the clip, the 'I like it like that' singer had focused on the rivalry between 'natural' bodied women and women who have had some sort of plastic surgery. At the end of the clip, Cardi says, "It sounds like you hating!"
Cardi's new film called 'Hustlers' will be out on September 13. It stars actress and singer Jennifer Lopez who will play the role of a ringleader of a group of Wall Street exotic dancers who seek revenge against stockbrokers. The film has been inspired by and is based on a New York magazine article and also co-stars musician Lizzo along with Crazy Rich Asians' Constance Wu.