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Cardi B filed a motion to dismiss her petition for divorce from her cheating husband, Offset.

TMZ reports Cardi filed docs in Georgia to officially dismiss the divorce she set in motion back in September. Cardi was dragged on social media by fans who accused her of pulling a stunt.

Cardi took to social media recently to deny rumors that her divorce action was just a stunt to keep her relevant amid the coronavirus outbreak. She then deactivated her Twitter account.

She has up to 30 days after deactivation to restore her Twitter account or it will be deleted permanently.

According to TMZ, Cardi filed her dismissal "without prejudice" -- which is legal jargon for reserving the right to file the divorce again at a later date.

It's the second time she's changed her mind about leaving Offset. Although, she didn't actually file divorce papers the first time.

A judge still has to sign off on the dismissal to make it final -- for now.
 

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Cardi B has temporarily deactivated her Twitter account after blasting teenagers who criticized her for taking her cheating husband back.

Twitter allows users to temporarily deactivate their accounts for 30 days before the account is deleted permanently.

Before deactivating her account, Cardi, 28, threw a temper tantrum on Instagram Live, attacking teens who continue to ridicule her for reuniting with the Migos rapper a month after filing for divorce.

"A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm mother f**king Ariana Grande or something. Like I came from Disney or something.

"I'm so tired of people saying I've got to continuously explain myself. I didn't put my divorce out there, a f**king court clerk put it out there, and because people are making rumors up, 'Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant', I have to address it."

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Cardi also slammed fans for criticizing serial cheater, Offset: "Then you guys want to be harassing this n**ga. Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this n**ga's Twitter to harass him? That don't make no f**king sense.

"Y'all want to call yourself fans, I don't give a f**k. I'm tired of it. I do whatever the f**k I want to do. I love my fans and I'm grateful and thankful for what you do but some of y'all really be acting like I be sleeping with y'all. Offset is not the only f**king problem that I deal with. To be honest with you, my marriage is one of the least worries that I have right now."

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The couple reconciled over Cardi's birthday weekend and were spotted kissing and hugging in a series of photographs. But fans weren't buying it. They accused Cardi and Offset of staging their "divorce" because both fell off during the coronavirus lockdown.

Days later, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper confirmed they were back together, stating: "One day I'm happy, the next day I wanna beat a n**ga up... Then it's like, I start missing. It's really hard not to talk to your best friend. It's really hard to have no d**k."

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Cardi B confessed to being the abusive partner in her marriage. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper proudly says she does the punching and slapping in her household.

Cardi recently reunited with her husband, serial cheater Offset, after she filed for divorce last month.

"It's hard not to talk to your best friend. You know what I'm saying? It is really hard to not talk to your best friend. [We're] two young motherf**krs that got married early. That's just what we are. We're no different than y'all's dysfunctional a** relationships."

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When a fan insinuated that Offset was abusive and beat the brakes off of her, Cardi snapped back, "Abusive? Girl I'm the one that do the hitting and the s*** talking. Im just a crazy b**** one day I wanna smack a nikka next week I wanna ride his face and get the c** rag. Ya be tryin to analyze too much we are simply dysfunctional."

Sources say Cardi fell out with her bisexual sister, Hennessy, because she caught Offset between Hennessy's thighs.

Offset and Cardi, both 28, share 2-year-old daughter Kulture. The Migos rapper is also dad to two sons, Jordan and Kody, and a daughter, Kalea Marie.

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Cardi B got cold feet and called off her divorce from rapper Offset. Cardi took to Instagram on Thursday to confirm she and Offset have reunited.

But she wasn't free from criticism. She slammed claims that the divorce filing was a publicity stunt.

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"Listen y'all, I'm just a crazy bitch. You know how I be arguing with y'all on social media? That's exactly how we are, between me and my man. So when people be saying I be doing s--t for attention, with this and that, no, I'm just a crazy bitch."

The mom-of-one suggested she took her cheating husband back because good d--k is hard to come by (pun not intended).

"One day I'm happy, the next day I wanna beat a n—a up," she said. "I just be starting to miss [him]... It's hard not to talk to your best friend. It's really hard not to talk to your best friend. And it's really hard to have no d–k."

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Cardi was candid about her materialism after it was revealed that she accidentally leaked a photo of her boobs on OnlyFans while laying in bed next to Offset.

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"People been saying that I took him back like I'm materialistic," Cardi said, regarding Offset's birthday gifts for Cardi — a Rolls-Royce truck and custom leather, $8,000 car-seat for their daughter Kulture.

"I do like material things, I like material things and everything, but I just didn't ... What do you want me to do? The n---a gave me a Rolls-Royce and I snub him?"

She added: "And I really wanted some d–k for my birthday. We're just really typical, two young motherf---as who got married early, that's what we are. We're not no different than y'all f—in' dysfunctional a-- relationships. We're the same way. We're just more public," she concluded.

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Cardi B tried to distract from the backlash to her "accidental" nude photo leak on social media yesterday by posting a photo of her insane Hermès handbag collection.

Cardi shared a peek inside her well-appointed closet in a photo on Instagram, showing off shelves of colorful handbags by the French luxury goods maker.

"Pick a color," she captioned the photo.

The 28-year-old rapper favors the "Birkin" handbags in her Hermès collection, including a "Sunrise" striped Birkin she received as a birthday gift from Kylie Jenner. The rainbow bag retails for $38,450.

Cardi, a mother of one, claims she accidentally leaked a photo of her breasts on social media. The photo shocked and saddened her followers -- many of whom have children on social media.

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Twitter trolls body-shamed Cardi. Some immature men and boys compared her large hyperpigmented areolas to pepperoni pizza and flapjack pancakes.

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Cardi's female fans defended her, noting that changes in the breasts can occur during pregnancy and due to hormones.

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Rapper Cardi B (left) has a legal battle on her hands after calling a group of Long Island beachgoers "racist MAGA supporters" in an edited video shared to her social media pages.

Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina (right), and her girlfriend, model Michelle Diaz, got into a heated argument with the group on Sept. 6 over a parking space at Smith Point Beach.

One of the men they were arguing with wore a red 'Make America Great Again' hat during the altercation and, taking to social media, the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker raged: "not only you got racist mags supporters that are linching [sic], racist cop shootings and killing black men all cause their leader make them feel like they could do so."

Cardi wrote in broken English:

"My sister couldn't even park her car today with out this man harassing her girlfriend soon as the camera cane out they started being sweet .TGIS BRAVENESS IS COMING FROM THEIR LEADERS ENERGY. [sic]"

In the lawsuit, which also names Carolina and Diaz as defendants, the beachgoers allege the two women harassed them — and then defamed them by posting edited video and commentary about the altercation on social media, ABC 7 New York reported.

"These peaceful Suffolk County residents were quietly enjoying a Sunday at the Smith Point beach with their families, when rap celebrity Hennessy Carolina suddenly approached them, raging, spitting, insulting, assaulting, defaming and threatening them, all the while videotaping them because one of them wore a MAGA hat," the plaintiffs' attorney, John Ray, explained.

"Then Hennessy, Cardi B and celebrity model Michelle Diaz deviously edited the videotape and published the edited version all over social media, across the world for all to see, and maliciously falsely labeled these residents and their families as 'n****s' and as racists," Ray said.

In an audio recording explaining the fight, Hennessy claimed two men told her and her girlfriend to "go to your f**king country." The men targeted them, she added, because they "saw us parking here and we were speaking Spanish and we're mixed".

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In unrelated news, Cardi accused video blogger Tasha K of continuing a pattern of harassment against her after the vlogger claimed Cardi's estranged husband, Offset, impregnated a groupie.

Cardi filed for divorce from Offset after the rapper allegedly cheated on her.

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Cardi B is seeking primary custody of her 2-year-old daughter Kulture in her divorce from promiscuous rapper Offset.

The "WAP" rapper, real name Belcalis Almanzar, filed documents in a Fulton County, Georgia court on Tuesday to end her three-year marriage to the Migos star. A hearing is set for November 4.

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Further details from the legal papers reveal that Cardi is asking for legal and primary physical custody of Kulture, and wants Offset to pay child support.

But word is that Offset is broke due to child support payments for his 4 other children and the coronavirus lockdowns prohibiting nightclub gigs and national tours. The Migos rapper has very little income and a ton of bills.

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In the documents, Cardi states via her lawyer that the marriage is "irretrievably broken". Adding that the former couple are currently separated, the papers add that "there are no prospects for a reconciliation".

According to the paperwork, the divorce is "contested", with Cardi listed as the plaintiff and Offset the defendant. However, the "Bodak Yellow" star ultimately hopes it will be "settled by agreement of the parties".

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Following the filing of the papers, a source close to Cardi told TMZ.com that she had no idea that her lawyer was going to be state her case that way, and she actually wants the split to be as "amicable" as possible.

"She wants Offset to have joint custody of Kulture and is determined to have an amicable, co-parenting situation," the insider told the website. "Her divorce petition also says she wants child support. (But) she does not want any support from Offset ... in the financial department, she's the Bank of Cardi."

Rumor has it that Cardi knows she would be in for a fight if she sought sole custody of Kulture. Offset knows all of Cardi's secrets -- dirt she doesn't want exposed in court papers.

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Cardi B's ill-advised marriage to promiscuous rapper Offset appears to be over. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper filed divorce papers in a Fulton County, Georgia court on Tuesday, according to Page Six.

The couple wed almost three years ago to the day and shares a two-year-old daughter, Kulture. A hearing has been set for November 4.

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According to a confidential source who has vast knowledge of this matter: Covid-19 is the reason behind the divorce action.

The source said the couple realized they weren’t marriage material during the lockdown. They discovered they have totally different personalities. Also, the lockdown made it harder for Offset to communicate with his Atlanta side piece.

With no club dates and no tours, Cardi and Offset were faced with the difficult task of getting to know each other without distractions at home.

They quickly discovered their 22,000 sq. ft. leased Buckhead mansion was not big enough for the 2 of them.

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The source said Cardi was adamant that Offset take the passwords off his phones. "What are you hiding?!" was a familiar refrain in their home.

The couple's marriage hit a wall when Cardi accused the Migos star of cheating on her, but she decided to save their marriage, telling Vogue last year, "When me and my husband got into our issues - you know, he cheated and everything - and I decided to stay with him and work together with him, a lot of people were so mad at me; a lot of women felt disappointed in me, but it's real-life s**t.

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"If you love somebody and you stop being with them, and you're depressed and social media is telling you not to talk to that person because he cheated, you're not really happy on the inside until you have the conversation."

The ex-couple do not have a prenup in place. Cardi may be forced to pay Offset spousal support.
 

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Cardi B hired a private investigator after a teenage Donald Trump supporter posted her address online.

The 27-year-old rapper revealed the news to fans during an Instagram Live chat, explaining the Trump supporter posted her address online and urged followers to set her Atlanta house on fire.

"They be making fun of me. I ignore them. I don't give a f**k," Cardi explained. "Let me tell you something. S**t gets so intense that a Trump supporter posted my address and encouraged people to put my house on fire.

"I literally hired a private investigator, and serve them with a warrant and arrest this boy. This boy was a f**king teenager. His parents were shook."

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The "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker made herself a target for Trump fans in recent months after praising Democrats Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and making it clear she'll be voting for Joe Biden in November's general election.

She recently defended her political statements when controversial Republican commentator Candace Owens called the rap star "dumb" and "illiterate".

“It's not a secret I use my platform to encourage people to vote," the rap star said. "I love politics... Today, Candace Owens said some real nasty things about me."

Cardi stated she would urge millions of young adults to vote for Biden.

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Cardi B didn't hold back when a writer tweeted America needs "far more women like Melania Trump" and "far less like Cardi B."

The comment was made by political correspondent DeAnna Lorraine, who took to Twitter to remark on U.S. First Lady Melania Trump's speech during the second night of the Republican National Convention on Tuesday.

Cardi, 27, shared a vulgar picture of former model Melania from back in the day and referenced her No. 1 hit song "WAP" as she wrote: "This pic giving me 'yea you f**kin wit some wet a*s p**sy' vibes …just sayin."

Cardi is a vocal anti-Trump activist who has voiced her support for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, who recently revealed he will campaign from his basement until the 2020 presidential election in November.

The Bronx native previously took aim at Trump supporters for playing her and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" during a recent boat party.

"WAP" was heavily criticized due to its sexually explicit lyrics, but Cardi said in a recent interview there are some words and phrases fans will never hear in her rap repertoire.

She told Australia's The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she has banned the use of "moist", "discharge" and "horchata" from her music.

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Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have teamed up with Ca$h App to give away $1 million in Twitter's biggest-ever cash prize.

The rap duo, who recently topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart with their new single "WAP," announced the giveaway on Wednesday, Aug. 19.

The ladies asked their Twitter followers to post their #Cashtags to get part of the $1 million, which is exclusively for women.

"To all everyone supporting #WAP we see you!! we're partnering with Twitter and Cash App to celebrate all the powerful women out there by giving away a total of $1 million dollars," Megan said.

Women who tweet #WAPParty along with their $Cashtag will have a chance to receive a portion of the money through Cash App.

Fans who received cash in $500 increments thanked Cardi and Megan on Twitter.com.

Cardi and Megan have come under fire over the raunchy track and its provocative video, featuring an array of famous faces including Normani, Rosalia, Rubi Rose, Sukihana, Mulatto, and Kylie Jenner playing fancy whores in a virtual mansion that features butt sculptures, breast fountains, tigers, snakes and leopards.

Although some have slammed it as degrading for sexualizing women, the stars insist the hedonistic song promotes female empowerment.

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Cardi B shared her ideas with Democratic nominee Joe Biden that she hopes he will do if he is elected president in November.

The rapper, who hopes to be appointed Biden's secretary of education, spoke with the politician via Zoom video conference, as part of her Elle magazine cover story.

During the chat, Biden asked the "Bodak Yellow" rapper what she expects from the next U.S. leader.

"I have a whole list of things that I want our next president to do for us. But first, I just want Trump out," she said. "His mouth gets us in trouble so much."

"I don't want to be lied to -- we're dealing with a pandemic right now, and I just want answers. I want to know when this will be over. I want to go back to my job. But I don't want someone to lie to me and tell me that it's fine not to wear a mask, that everything is going to be okay."

Cardi continued: "I want a president to tell me what the steps are for us to get better, to tell me, 'This is why it is taking so long, this is why other countries are doing better than ours.' Tell me the truth, the hard-core truth."

"And also: I want free Medicare. It's important to have free (healthcare), because look at what is happening right now. Of course, I think we need free college. And I want Black people to stop getting killed and no justice for it. I'm sick of it. I just want laws that are fair to Black citizens and fair to cops, too..."

After listening to the "WAP" star's list of demands, Biden, 78, responded: "Also, by the way, if I get elected president, anybody with a family (that makes) less than 125 grand, you're going to get free education. And everybody gets free community college."

He added: "The way we can pay for all of this is doing practical things, like making sure that everybody has to pay their fair share. (For example) no corporation should pay less than 15 per cent tax."

Cardi is lending her support to Biden, after her initial pick for president, Bernie Sanders, dropped out of the race in April to make way for Biden.
 

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Hip-hop star CeeLo Green walked back his harsh criticism of hot female rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, insisting his comments were taken out of context.

The 45-year-old Gemini made headlines this week after telling Far Out magazine he's not impressed by the ladies' immoral behavior and sexed-up lyrics in their "WAP" music video.

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"A lot of music today is very unfortunate and disappointing on a personal and moral level," he said. "There was once a time when we were savvy enough to code certain things. We could express to those it was meant for with the style of language we used. But now music is shameless, it is sheer savagery."

But fans dragged the pop singer, with many reminding him of his own raunchy lyrics in hit songs such as "F**k You."

Many on social media considered his remarks sexist and hypocritical toward women. On Wednesday, CeeLo took to Instagram to address the backlash, claiming it was all one big "misunderstanding".

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In a lengthy note, he wrote, "Firstly, I am an advocate of artistic freedom and expression, as well as a fan of Nicki, Cardi & Meagan [sic]. I know most of them personally and consider Cardi & Offset family. Therefore, I would never disrespect them by any means. I acknowledge them all as powerful, beautiful and influential women...and professionals."

CeeLo went on to accuse bloggers and tabloid reporters of stirring up controversy by twisting his words.

"I wholeheartedly apologize to each of them for the inconvenience they have been caused due to a snippet of my interview being used as a headline, and in turn creating controversy and disconnect between me and these ladies as well as their fans. Know that I support everyone who is part of our community & (Black) culture. Always have and always will!"

He added: "Much love to all of the female artists who are running the game and handling their business. With Love, Lo."
 

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Megan Thee Stallion didn't waste any time responding to singer CeeLo Green who criticized her and Cardi B's raunchy music video "WAP."

The 25-year-old up-and-coming rapper took to Twitter.com to slam CeeLo and hypocritical men who criticize her morals.

She tweeted: "Lol dudes will scream 'slob on my k***' word for word and crying [about] WAP... bye lil boy."

"Slob On My K***" is a 1999 song by Oscar award-winning rap group Three 6 Mafia about oral sex.

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The "WAP" music video shows various strippers and media personalities portraying whores as Megan and Cardi rap over a Frank Ski sample, "There's some whores in this house."

CeeLo sparked controversy on social media when he called out Cardi B and Megan for their immoral, shameless behavior in the video.

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"A lot of music today is very unfortunate and disappointing on a personal and moral level," CeeLo said in an interview with Far Out magazine.

CeeLo recalled the days when singers and hip-hop artists used metaphors and analogies to prevent youngsters from deciphering adult content in their music.

"There was once a time when we were savvy enough to code certain things. We could express to those it was meant for with the style of language we used. But now music is shameless, it is sheer savagery."

He continued: "It's problematic, we suffer from it because there are those that have nothing to do with it, but it is assumed of everyone. You have the 'Heads of State,' like Nicki Minaj or someone who is up there... Nicki could be effective in so many other constructive ways, but it feels desperate.”
 

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CeeLo Green sparked controversy on social media when he chastised hip-hop's leading female rappers for being immoral.

Green reacted after Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion dropped the music video for their collaboration "WAP" on Thursday, Aug. 6.

The video, which takes place inside a CGI whore house, shows various strippers and media personalities portraying whores as Megan and Cardi rap over a Frank Ski sample, "There's some whores in this house."

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CeeLo targeted Cardi and Megan for focusing on attention-seeking and social media likes than making good music.

"A lot of music today is very unfortunate and disappointing on a personal and moral level," CeeLo said in an interview with Far Out magazine.

CeeLo recalled the days when singers and hip-hop artists used metaphors and analogies to prevent youngsters from deciphering adult content in their music.

"There was once a time when we were savvy enough to code certain things. We could express to those it was meant for with the style of language we used. But now music is shameless, it is sheer savagery."

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CeeLo continued: "Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, they are all more or less doing similar salacious gesturing to kinda get into position. I get it, the independent woman and being in control, the divine femininity and sexual expression. I get it all." He added bold feminine sexual expression "comes at what cost?."

CeeLo also tapped OG rapper Nicki Minaj to step up and be the guiding light for female rappers who have lost their way.

"You have the 'Heads of State,' like Nicki Minaj or someone who is up there in accolade: success, visibility, a platform to influence. Nicki could be effective in so many other constructive ways, but it feels desperate," he said.
 

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Cardi B has defended Kylie Jenner's cameo appearance as a whore in her "WAP" video featuring Megan Thee Stallion. Cardi issued a statement after angry fans launched petition to have the reality star's cameo removed from the music video.

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Cardi and Megan Thee Stallion dropped the video for their collaboration on Thursday, Aug. 6, featuring a variety of dancers including Normani, Mulatto, and Suki.

Jenner's appearance riled Cardi's fans, who demanded her removal in a Change.org petition that was launched over the weekend, labeling Jenner a "culture vulture".

But the "Bodak Yellow" star hit back on Twitter, insisting, "Not everything is about race."

Fans were tight that Normani and the other dancers were depicted as strippers while Jenner strolls down a hallway opening a door.

"Normani did ALL this and Kylie walked down the hall and opened a door. If that's not a perfect visual indication of Black women having to do the most..." wrote one fan, prompting the hitmaker's response.

"Normani is one of the best female artist that dances like she dances her f**kin ass off!" Cardi wrote. "Why would she open a door? Please tell me how that would make sense? The best part of the song is the beat and hook, it what makes you want to shake your ass."

She continued: "Not everything is about race. Theres issues out here in the world that is about race and I preach all the time about. This is not about f**kin race."

"Why did I put Kylie on my music video? She treated my sister and daughter so lovely at her kid's bday party," Cardi insisted in a final tweet. "Travis (Scott, Kylie's ex) and Set (Offset, Cardi's husband) are real close and Kris Jenner have given me advice on certain things I ask for and her husband real cool with mine."

Sandrarose.com gave the music video 2.5 roses, but my readers gave it 0.5 roses -- usually reserved for music videos that belong in a dumpster.
 

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Cardi B recruited up-and-coming rapper Megan Thee Stallion for her new track "WAP". Megan outshines Cardi on her own track (which isn't difficult to do).

The ladies exchange verses over a sample from Frank Ski's - "There's Some Whores in This House", as Cardi raps:

    Beat it up, nigga, catch a charge
    Extra large and extra hard
    Put this pu$$y right in your face
    Swipe your nose like a credit card

Cardi and Megan wear matching pastel colored lingerie while touring a Miami modern-style whore house featuring rooms with strippers, tigers, snakes, and raunchy X-rated art on the walls.

Oh, and Kylie Jenner makes a cameo appearance as one of the whores.

The song itself is typical Cardi B fare, bragging about her manufactured body and her skills in the bedroom wile struggling to ride the beat.

"I don't cook, I don't clean/But let me tell you, I got this ring," she raps.

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Like she did for Beyonce, Megan will take this track to the top of the charts. Ironically, Megan, who was allegedly shot twice by her boyfriend Tory Lanez, raps about controlling her man. ("You can't hurt my feelings, but I like pain").

    "Gobble me, swallow me, drip down the side of me
    Quick, jump out before you let it get inside of me
    I tell him where to put it, never tell him where I'm about to be
    I run down on him before I have a nigga runnin' me (Pow, pow, pow)."

 

Megan totally outclasses Cardi and exposes her lyrical weaknesses on this track. I give this song 2.5 roses for Megan's stellar efforts to salvage this trash.
 

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Megan Thee Stallion (left) limped into a studio to record a new track with Cardi B, weeks after she was shot in both feet, allegedly by rapper Tory Lanez.

Cardi B is hoping to replicate her collaboration success by teaming up with Megan on her latest track, titled "WAP."

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper has enjoyed modest success with tracks such as "Finesse" with Bruno Mars, "Motorsport" with Nicki Minaj and Migos, and "Girls Like You" with Maroon 5.

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The mom-of-one hopes to continue her hit streak by joining forces with Megan, who toppled her from her throne last year.

The pair announced the news on Instagram on Monday, revealing that the new song will be released on Friday, Aug. 7.

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Megan is one of hip-hop's hottest stars, easily surpassing Cardi in popularity. Most recently she teamed up with Beyonce on a chart-topping remix of her tune "Savage."

Cardi, 27, shared the cover art for the new tune on her social media page. The image shows her and Megan, 25, sporting matching updos and sticking their tongues out.

"WAP" marks Cardi's first song as a lead artist since she dropped her single "Press" more than a year ago.