After being named Woman Of The Year by Billboard, Cardi B recently responded to the criticism that she was facing. In a video posted on the social media platform, Instagram, the WAP singer defended herself.
It was recently announced by Billboard that they will be honoring some of the major women of this year. Also, it was announced that Cardi B, has been named as the Woman Of The Year at the Billboard’s Women in Music Event of the year 2020, which is going to take place on December 10, Thursday.
The WAP singer recently received a lot of backlash and criticism on social media after the news went live, as she has only released one song this year, and it was WAP, alongside Megan Thee Stallion.
The clap back queen took to social media soon after to shut down all of those who criticized her recent win of the Woman of The Year award of Billboard. Cardi B listed the impact of the song that it has had since its release back in the month of August in a video posted to the social media platform, Instagram.
Cardi B Gives Befitting Response To People Trolling Her For Woman Of The Year Title By ‘Billboard’
She said, “for you crybabies, that is like what? she only got one song, yeah, she got that song, bi**h”. In addition to this, she said that you know? The one song that sold the most, the one song that was streamed the most.
It was the one song that had the republicans on Fox News crying about it. The one song that is about to be approximately six times platinum in a span of three months. She said the one that had your grandmother popping her p***y on TikTok, bi**h, that one.
She also outlined how she has used her platform in other ways in the past year, particularly by working with the politicians like President-elect Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
Cardi B said that she has been influencing and using her platform for you all to vote for over a year, not just when Joe was going up against Donald Trump. She added that she has been informing you all about midterm elections and districts.
Using her own money, to meet up with these candidates like Bernie Sanders. She then concluded her video by telling her critics that she would not ever change.