There’s no question that Cardi is the hottest chick in the game right now. With her debut album already certified Gold, the Bronx reality-TV-turned-rap Superstar’s media run has been nothing short of entertaining.
She’s spent sometime going undercover online with GQ magazine to respond head on to her haters. It’s quite hilarious. (Above)
Cardi’s candid interview with GQ is very insightful on her love for political science…
“I love political science. … I love government. I’m obsessed with presidents. I’m obsessed to know how the system works.”
Her affiliation with the Bloods:
“One thing I could say, you could ask any gang member: Being in a gang don’t make you not one dollar. And I know for a fact every gang member, he asking himself, ‘Why did I turn this?’ Sometimes it’s almost like a fraternity, a sorority. Sometimes it’s like that. And sometimes I see people that’s in the same gang kill each other. So sometimes there is no loyalty. Sometimes you gotta do certain things to get higher, to get higher and higher. You’re doing all of that and you not making money off of it. That’s why I don’t talk about it much. Because I wouldn’t want a young person, a young girl, to think it’s okay to join it. … It’s not about violence. It’s just like—it doesn’t make your money. It doesn’t make your money. I rep it, because I been repping it for such a long time.”
What it was like meeting Beyonce:
“When I met Beyoncé, people be like, ‘How that felt? I bet you was mad happy.’ … It’s like, ‘Actually, I wanted to shit on myself!”
If you consider yourself Bardi Gang, this is an interview you don’t want to miss. Read it in full here.