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Cardi B has been a truly inspirational story with her rise to scoring the #1 single in the country with her hit “Bodak Yellow.”
While being the first solo female hip hop artist to be awarded the honor since 1998, the pressures of the success continue.
“Bodak Yellow” is a homage to Kodak Black, and purists of the artform have been very critical in her use of his flow to score such a successful hit.
“I’m dropping my freestyle on my birthday, b****. That’s October 11 and for anybody that telling me ‘Oh b**** you copied Kodak [Black] flow, you copied this and that flow.’ So what b****? So what? I’ma sound like all your favorite rappers. I’ma take all they flows and I’ma body it b***. One day I’ma sound like Kodak, the next day I’m a sound like Meek Mill, the next day I’ma sound like Migos. I don’t give a f**k.”
She’s here to tell you she doesn’t really care what you think. She went on Twitter to address those critics, and letting them know that she is going to use a flow that works best for her own career.
See her message below:
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) October 1, 2017