She’s shutting down the nay-sayers. Cardi B wants people to stop shaming women for going under the knife, so she took to Instagram with a passionate message over the weekend. The “Press” rapper reflected on her own experience with plastic surgery on Sunday, September 8, and explained how it helped with her confidence.
“Let me tell you somethin’, I don’t like talkin’ s— about a bitch’s body because I remember the struggle, baby,” Cardi, 26, passionately said in her video. “I remember when I had no motherf—king titties, and I remember when I had a fun-size ass.”
The former Love & Hip Hop: New York star mentioned how there are “a lot of natural bitches” who diss the ladies who have decided to get “their bodies done.” Cardi explained how everyone should just focus on themselves instead of hating on the way some women look, even addressing how her sister [Hennessy Carolina] is a natural beauty who doesn’t shade others.
“She got small titties. She got a little cute ass,” the chart-topping artist continued in her since-deleted video. Cardi added, “She ain’t hating on the next bitch because she know if she want it, she could get. So y’all talking s— about these bitches’ bodies because you want it, or what? ‘Cause it sounds like you hatin.'”
“Women talk about uplifting each other, but are we really uplifting each other?” she asked. Cardi has been very open about her own procedures in the past, having previously opted to get her breasts redone in addition to liposuction after the birth of her daughter, Kulture.
The “Bodak Yellow” lyricist later defended her decision to get surgery in a May 2019 Instagram Live session. “Listen, I do whatever the f–k I want to do with my body,” Cardi said. “I wanted specific things that I know that no matter how much I work out ― is not gonna get fixed … Like my boobs, no matter how much I work out, they were not gonna lift themselves.”
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