Cardi B feels inflated in Twitter rant gone viral: ‘What the f— is going on?’

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Rapper Cardi B went on a 60-second inflation rant on Twitter, drawing support from conservative activists, celebrities and influencers.

In the highly viral post, which gathered more than 63,000 likes on Twitter, there was a “PSA” from the rapper on grocery prices “tripling up.” ”

‘What the f— is going on?’ she asked.

Cardi B said that she gets a “summary of the money being spent” in her home every week, but she explained that life has become much more expensive recently.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 10: Cardi B performs onstage at the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Lester Cohen/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 10: Cardi B performs onstage at the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lester Cohen/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

“The lettuce was like $2 a couple of months ago and now it’s like f—— $7, of course I [going to] say something The f—?” she said.

The rapper and music star, born Belcalis Almanzar, continued: “Cause if I think s— is crazy, all I could think about are middle class people or people in the hood. [are] mother—— thought.”

Cardi B said she had every right to use her global platform of over 27.5 million followers on Twitter alone to speak out about food inflation even though she is rich.

“I want to see for myself” why prices are so high, she said.

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Cardi B has previously spoken out about the economy, saying the US was in a "decline" in December 2022.

Cardi B has previously spoken out about the economy, saying the US was in a “recession” in December 2022.
(Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Photos)

The rapper ended his video by asking “anyone who is responsible [for] these f—- prices to put that s— the f— down.”

Several commenters voiced their support for Cardi B on Twitter.

“I agree,” tweeted conservative activist Scott Presler. “That’s why we need to elect a Republican president in 2024.”

Influencers Kevin and Keith Hodge, better known as the Hodgetwins, told Cardi B that she should live up to her words. “Stop voting for politicians who are only out to get $$$.”

Sisters and conservative influencers Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson reminded Cardi B about the economy under former President Donald Trump. “Can you honestly admit that none of this happened under Trump?”

Cardi B also told fans that even if they were successful, they would be “going broke soon” because they are not careful enough about “budget”.

Actress Caroline Williams praised Cardi B for her attention to personal finances. “I should budget more responsibly too!”

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Graphic showing inflation measurements

Graphic showing inflation measurements
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This is not the first time the rapper, who made it big with her 2018 song “Bodak Yellow,” has made noise about the economy.

In December 2022 she tweeted: “We’re going through a recession….Merry Christmas,” along with a Christmas tree emoji.

Cardi B also pushed back at a fan who pointed out her net worth, again emphasizing the importance of budgeting. “If I don’t save, work and budget I could lose it too! Which makes you think that no matter how much money you got, you won’t lose it all if you don’t manage your money properly. Bills are me too. , responsibilities and the people I have to help.”

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