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Cardi B Calls Out Rappers For Abusing Drugs and Making Depressing Music: ‘They All Wanna Die’

Cardi B Calls Out Rappers For Abusing Drugs and Making Depressing Music: ‘They All Wanna Die’

Cardi B Calls Out Male Rappers For Ruining The Club Experience With Depressing Music

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Cardi B went on an Instagram Live rant on Halloween to tell her fans that she’s found the answer to what’s been missing in the clubs.

“Cardi B is what’s missing! They missing me, they missing my music  and now that I’m in the game and everything and I be seeing all these muthafuckas on Twitter like, ‘You need to have rap, you need to have bars, you need to have this…’ I want to make music to turn the fuck up. ’Cause when I go to the club, that’s what niggas wanna hear. Niggas ain’t hearing no — I feel like we keep hearing the same song over and over and over again,” she said during the livestream.

According to Cardi, rappers today do too many drugs, especially marijuana and lean, and only make “slow sh*t.”

“I feel ni**as these days, they making music with this type of beat that is mad depressing. All the rappers nowadays, all of them wanna die. They all wanna die, all of them. All these n—-s need to stop doing lean and smoking weed. You know, this the thing about these rappers: they get money and they start buying too much motherf—-n’ weed and too much lean and they make that slow s–t. The club need me. The strippers need me. The hoes need me. The muthafuckin’ get money niggas need me. I wanna shake my ass!”

After Cardi shared her opinion on the current state of music people went on Twitter dragging her for her comments.  Some people agreed but others suggested that DJs are responsible for picking the music and others say “who cares about bars” when you’re there to turn up.

She quickly addressed the backlash with an apology. “I just want a balance. Sorry if I worded things wrong. I just love music that drops hard and turns the club up, like “Dreams & Nightmares” &” “First Day Out” by Tee Grizzley. A perfect balance of rap and turn up,” she wrote.

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Cardi B is set to host the 2021 American Music Awards which is set to air live on Nov. 21, at 8 p.m. EST on ABC, and will be available to stream the next day on Hulu.