Offset Says of Cardi B’s ‘Gangsta’ Side ‘Remind Them Where U Started From’
Offset and Cardi B are extremely in love. They go above and beyond to show it when it comes to showing their support for each another.
Cardi B was spotted recording a music video for the remix of New York drill rapper Kay Flock’s song “Shake It” last month. Her hair was colored red with a paisley pattern design, which brought back memories for fans. In another tape, the Bardi Gang’s leader was vibing with fellow New York rappers Dougie B and Bory300.
Offset Shows His Support For Cardi B
Fans couldn’t stop talking about how hard Cardi sounded on the Elias Beatz-produced tune after hearing a snippet of her verse. When Offset heard that people were sharing the video, he decided to chip in his two cents to help his wife.
“I love when wifey be on da GanGsta time…..remind them where u started from,” Offset tweeted in a reply.
Cardi B Addresses Fans On Her Appearance On Kay Flock’s Song
Cardi B’s guest appearance on Kay Flock’s song did not go over well with everyone. Some fans thought the the rapper was trying to gain credibility by jumping on the drill train. However, they didn’t realize she’s always done songs and videos like “Shake It”.
“Let me tell y’all something, because I be trying to be nice and trying to keep peaceful, but y’all not going to keep fucking playing me.” Cardi revealed this before displaying text conversations demonstrating that her Kay Flock collaboration has been in the works since February.“ “Look at the dates right here, you see that shit says February 25, that’s when Kay Flock manager sent me this.”
She added, “If y’all see my videos ‘Red Bars,’ if you see my shit ‘Pull Up On Me,’ and y’all see how the fuck I did my shit, I always been doing videos like this.”
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