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Cardi B is annoyed and frustrated that a music video won’t accompany her new single “Hot Sh*t” featuring Kanye “YE” West and notorious gang banger Lil Durk.

The Grammy-winning rapper took to her Instagram Stories to announce her single will drop on Friday, but there won’t be a music video due to “people not doing their f—ing job correctly.”

“You know how I usually do the most with the promo? I just don’t feel like doing too much this time around because I’m just exhausted with everybody. I’m so tired of people not doing their f**king job correctly, I’m so tired of people just doing things their way. I’m just over it, you know what I’m saying?”

Cardi added that she wanted to scrap the song altogether, but she ultimately chose to drop the single on Friday because she loves the song.

“I love the record, it’s something that I feel like y’all haven’t heard from me before,” she said.

“Hot Sh*t” will be Cardi’s first single since February 2021.

Kanye previously teased that he finished a verse for Cardi in January 2022.

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“I was finishing, I was finishing that verse for your girl, you know what I mean,” he told Jason Lee of Hollywood Unlocked. “I always believed in her since she was on [Love & Hip-Hop], period.”

As for Lil Durk, the drill rapper didn’t say a word about his contribution to the track.

Sources say Kanye and Durk refused to commit to shooting a music video with Cardi for the single.


Meanwhile, Durk made headlines over the weekend when he shoved a fan during a concert at a music festival in the Netherlands.

Durk noticed the fan held up a t-shirt with an image of NBA YoungBoy — a sign of disrespect to Durk’s late childhood pal King Von.

King Von, another notorious Chicago gangster-turned-drill rapper, was killed outside a hookah bar in Atlanta in December.

In the viral video, Durk sends a bodyguard to summon the fan to the stage. He is seen speaking to the fan before shoving the fan into the crowd.

Durk, who has an open attempted murder case in Atlanta, travels with around-the-clock security who accompany him on stage when he performs.

Rumor has it that Durk pays a minimum of $250,000 per month for 24-hour security.

Watch the video below.