As proof that she is one of the most closely related entertainers of this generation, Cardi B sang the "Cinderella" of the Cheetah Girls and it's the best you'll hear and see all day. The "Bodak Yellow" rappper participated on Instagram to give fans a taste of their singing, which they teased as a preview of their upcoming debut album Invasion of Privacy […] Breaking into "Cinderella", Cardi strapped the lyrics with ease and proved that she was definitely a die-hard cheetah-girl fan on the day.
In a great moment of fun, Cardi kicked off the video saying, "I just want to give a little preview of what you'll get on April 6. It's one of my songs." Cargi began to sing in the ultrafeminist melody,
"When I was a little girl, my mother put me to bed
Cut short the first verse, Cardi left hilarious right into the song's pre-chorus and continued, "I would lie in bed thinking about the person I wanted to be, then one day I realized …" She silently fell silent in the chorus of the song leading:
That sentiment seemed to have mirrored ] The Best New Artist acceptance speech stopped them of the month at the iHeart Radio Awards, where she was sure she would call her "haters" on stage.
Cardi seemed to share similar sentiments in a recent Twitter post while discussing her long-standing love of music She wrote,
"I will never let anyone discredit me before I sign in Atlantic, I kicked out 2 mixtapes and pushed FOREVA myself. I went to Renaissance HS for Musical. I was love music. After high school I did not want to know why? For Music DO NOT PAY YOUR F * CKING BILLS A JOB "
Although some of the comments she receives may sometimes be discouraging, Cardi seems to use her" haters "as motivation in her career.
Similar to The lyrics of her debut single, "Bodak Yellow" use Cardi B's true mantra to combat this negative energy, enjoying its own success and happiness, and this feeling can be seen in this recent IG Video by Cardi When she sings to a song she probably enjoyed in her childhood, if this is an indication of what's coming out of Cardi's eagerly awaited debut Invasion of Privacy  seriously deal with it.
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