Cardi B was in a good mood after she and her team arrived at the club, as the Invasion of Privacy emcee unleashed a barrage of emotions about the status of rap.
The 29-year-old rap queen, born Belcalis Almánzar, began dissecting aspects of the club culture that irritate her while outside in the dark with her female pals, releasing her stream of consciousness for her 113 million Instagram fans.
Cardi B, in particular, claimed that rappers “want to die” and have issues with lean and marijuana consumption:
“I feel like n—-s nowadays making music with this type of beat that is mad depressing. All these rappers nowadays, all of them wanna die. They all wanna die — all of ’em! All these n—-s need to stop doing lean and smoking weed. You know, this the thing about these rappers: they get money and they start buying too much motherf—ing weed and too much lean and they make that slow s— I wanna turn up — [I’m] tired of the same song every time I go to the motherf—–g club.”
Cardi B hammers home the point by claiming that the club scene needs more of her frenzied fever.
“I’m needed by the team!” I’m needed by the strippers. I’m needed by the bartenders! I’m needed by the h–s. I’m needed by the motherf—ing get-money n—as. I’d want to shake my a–, n—a! Is it true that I’m lying? ”
Perhaps the mother of two and wife of Migos musician Offset is just itching to release new songs for her fans.
“I know what n—-s is missing in the club: me! They missing me, they missing my music! Lemme tell you something, I am sick and tired of hearing the same motherf—ing s—. I came from the strip club, and now that I’m in the game and everything and I be seeing all these motherf—–s on Twitter like ‘You need to have rap, you need to have bars, you need to have this.’ I want to make music to turn the f— up!”