Cardi B Discusses Feminism & The Difficulties Of Being Famous

The Bronx native tells 'New York' magazine, "N-ggas hustle, and I hustle n-ggas."

(AllHipHop News) Cardi B's amazing year is still not over. After appearing on the front of Rolling Stone, Cardi B is now a cover girl for New York magazine.

The "Bodak Yellow" performer talked about her career, her future, and more in the publication's article. In particular, Cardi discussed whether she considered herself to be a feminist.

"Here’s the thing that b-tches got me f-cked up when it comes to that word. People think that being a feminist is a b-tch that, like, went to school. They wear skirts all the way to their motherf-cking ankles like a goddamn First Lady," said the Bronx native. "That’s not being a feminist. Being a feminist is being equal to do what a man do. N-ggas hustle, and I hustle n-ggas."

Cardi B's rise from stripper to Instagram personality to reality TV star to chart-topping rapper still has some observers baffled. While pundits and fans try to understand the 25-year-old's career journey, Cardi is still adjusting to being one of the most famous music artists in the country.

“You be seeing these artists going through their meltdowns and f-cking sh-t, and you be like, Why you doing all of that? You’re famous, you’re a fucking millionaire, why? B-tch, I’m broke, I want to shave my head,” Cardi stated. “Then when you in those shoes, it’s just like, I see why people go crazy. This sh-t is not what it f-cking seems.. But I can’t complain.”

To read the full New York article visit thecut.com.

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