Cardi B didn't want to reveal pregnancy

Oscar Cross
April 11, 2018

The 25-year-old, along with host Jimmy Fallon, kicked the historical episode off with a super-funny opening monologue where they joked about President Trump's recent fashion faux pas in a segment called "What is Up with That Coat?" To be honest, we're sitting here wondering when the "Be Careful" rapper is going to get her own talk show... "I just didn't want to deal with the whole abortion thing. I'm so excited to see women dress lovely [and] very fashionably".

Taking to Twitter the festival organisers said: "Massive congratulations to Cardi B!". I'm more of a smooth R&B with a hint of indie/folk music type of girl.

During the first act, NBC News reports that Cardi hid her belly behind a feathered costume while performing hits like "Bodak Yellow" and "Bartier Cardi". "I'm prepared for this".

"I don't know if it's the strength of the fetus, but I have never felt so hungry to succeed", she said, leading to a huge cheer from the audience.

She also said, "I don't want to wait until I'm 30-something to have a kid". I feel like I've given everybody everything they've ever wanted.


"She really got choked up when we started talking about baby books", Fallon added. I want people to look good, to look high end with a good budget price, and this is the flawless opportunity.

Watch the rest of Cardi B's Breakfast Club interview here. Ultimately, she knew she was ready for motherhood, so she didn't really give it a second thought. "Think imma lose with my little baby counting on me?"

"I just feel extremely hungry with things especially because - I hate my mentality, I hate trying to prove people wrong - but it's like I have to prove people that it's like a baby won't stop me".

She remained tight-lipped when discussing her meeting with Beyonce and Jay-Z, explaining, 'I don't wanna have a Tiffany Haddish moment.

The fifth and last song, "Drip" is a song flaunting the rapper's jewelry, wealth and hip-hop status over a booming beat.

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