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CARDI B COVERS ROLLING STONE: TALKS ALBUM, FAME, & FAILURE


Cardi B's example of overcoming adversity proceeds as the "Bodak Yellow" rapper graces the November 2017 front of Rolling Stone. 

Named "The Hot Issue," the previous "Love and Hip Hop" star rocks dark unmentionables under a panther print coat with her tongue licking her upper left lip in the Justice Apple-shot cover. 

Inside the magazine, Cardi opens up about her dread of disappointment, particularly elevated by her up and coming presentation collection, which still can't seem to be finished. "I got six, seven strong tunes that I like," she said of the venture. "In any case, I think about whether a month from now, I will alter my opinion. She included: "It's not as amusing to do music. My psyche doesn't stream as free 'cause I have such a great amount at the forefront of my thoughts." 

She additionally shared some tension about the possibilities of losing the achievement she's now gotten. "In the event that you become penniless and lose your profession, it's awful — and everyone is talkin' crap about it," she said. "At any rate on the off chance that you lose your 9-to-5, you don't got a large number of individuals passing judgment on you and talking poop while you lost your activity." 

In any case, the outline topping rapper, who set Billboard Hot 100 records with "Bodak Yellow," additionally pondered about the drawbacks of popularity. "I used to reveal to myself that I will dependably act naturally," she clarified. "Little by little, I'm having an inclination that I'm Getting Trapped and Muted."

Read additional quotes from Bardi’s Rolling Stone cover story below…
ON FAME: “I cannot turn my life back around. I’m already a public figure, I’m famous. … It’s like, I might as well keep it going, might as well make the money. People are always going to talk shit — I cannot make myself unfamous.”
ON RAP BEEF: “It’s not even the female rappers that are catty, it’s the fans. They just want that beef.”
ON HER RACE: “It gets to the point that you ask yourself, ‘Damn, what the fuck am I?’”
ON THE STATE OF RAP: “It’s so sad to say, and I don’t want to be the one to say it, but you gotta follow the trend. This generation loves to get high. They love to be on drugs. This is why they on that shit: They don’t want to think about what you’re saying.”
ON J. COLE & KENDRICK LAMAR’S SUCCESS: “A bitch like me, it might not work out for me so I’m going to stick to trapping.”
ON HER FIANCÉE OFFSET: “We polish each other. I could always ask him, ‘Do you think this is OK to do? Do you think I’m getting tricked?’”
ON HER FUTURE: “I need to make money for my family and my future family. I’m not a YOLO person. I think 25 years from now. I think about my future kids, future husband, future house.”