UnCut | Rapper Cardi B pulls her massive T*tties out at a party.

    

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Superstar rapper Cardi B is dating popular rap artist Offset and recently his phone was hacked and this leaked video of the two appeared on Instagram shortly after the hack.

Cardi B was born on October 11, 1992, to a Trinidadian mother and Dominican father.[8] She was raised in the Highbridge neighborhood located in the South Bronx section of New York City.[9][10][11][12] Growing up she spent a lot of time at her grandmother’s place in Washington Heights, Manhattan, to which she credits having “such a thick accent”.

   

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As a youth, Cardi B was a member of the Bloods street gang, claiming to have been a gangbanger since the age of 16.[14][15] She went on to attend Renaissance High School For Musical Theater & Technology, a small specialty school on the Herbert H. Lehman campus.[16][17] During her teenage years, she was employed at an Amish Market supermarket in Lower Manhattan, which was the last job that she held before turning to stripping at the age of 19.[18] Upon being fired from Amish Market, her former manager recommended she work at a strip club. She has said she became a stripper to escape poverty and domestic violence, having been in an abusive relationship at the time.[19] Cardi B has also said becoming a stripper was positive for her life in many ways: “It really saved me from a lot of things. When I started stripping I went back to school.”[20][21][22] Cardi B said at the time she was involved in an abusive relationship with whom she lived with in a small Bronx apartment. She says stripping was her only way out, a way to earn enough money to escape her dire situation and get an education. Nonetheless, she ended up dropping out of college.

   

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In November 2015, Cardi B made her musical debut on Jamaican reggae fusion singer Shaggy’s remix to his single “Boom Boom”, alongside fellow Jamaican dancehall singer Popcaan.[23] She made her music video debut on December 15, 2015, with the song “Cheap Ass Weave”, her rendition of English rapper Lady Leshurr’s “Queen’s Speech 4”.[24][25] On March 7, 2016, Cardi B released her first full-length project, a mixtape titled Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 1.[26][27] In November 2016, she was featured on the digital cover of Vibe magazine’s “Viva” issue.[28][29] On September 12, 2016, KSR Group released the compilation Underestimated: The Album, which is a collaboration between KSR Group artists Cardi B, Hood Celebrityy, SwiftOnDemand, Cashflow Harlem and Josh X. It was previously released only to attendees of their U.S. tour. KSR Group’s flagship artist Cardi B said “I wanted to make a song that would make girls dance, twerk and at the same time encourage them to go get that Shmoney,” in regards to the compilation’s single “What a Girl Likes.”

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On January 20, 2017, Cardi B released her second mixtape, which is the second installment to her Gangsta Bitch Music series.[31][32] In February 2017, Cardi B partnered with MAC Cosmetics and Rio Uribe’s Gypsy Sport for an event for New York Fashion Week.[33] In late February, it was reported that Cardi B signed her first major record label recording contract with Atlantic Records.[34][35] On February 25, 2017, Cardi B was the opening act for East Coast hip hop group The Lox’s Filthy America… It’s Beautiful Tour, alongside fellow New York City-based rappers Lil’ Kim and Remy Ma.[36][37] In April 2017, she was featured in i-D’s “A-Z of Music” video sponsored by Marc Jacobs.

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In May 2017, the nominees for the 2017 BET Awards were announced, revealing that Cardi B had been nominated for Best New Artist and Best Female Hip-Hop Artist.[39][40] Although she failed to win any awards, losing to Chance the Rapper and Remy Ma, respectively, Cardi B performed at the BET Awards afterparty show.[41][42] In June 2017, during Hot 97’s annual Summer Jam music festival, Remy Ma brought out Cardi B, along with The Lady of Rage, MC Lyte, Young M.A., Monie Love, Lil’ Kim and Queen Latifah, to celebrate female rappers and perform Latifah’s 1993 hit single “U.N.I.T.Y.” about female empowerment.

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On June 16, 2017, Atlantic Records released Cardi B’s commercial debut single, titled “Bodak Yellow” via digital distribution.[45][46] In June 2017, it was revealed that Cardi B would be on the cover of The Fader’s Summer Music issue for July/August 2017.[47] On July 18, 2017, she performed “Bodak Yellow” on The Wendy Williams Show, where she was also interviewed by Williams.[48] When the host asked where her moniker derived from, Cardi B responded with the distilled beverage Bacardi, as people would call her that. Her sister is also nicknamed Hennessy Carolina, referencing the French cognac: “My sister’s name, her name is Hennessy, so everybody used to be like Bacardi to me […] then I shortened it to Cardi B, and the ‘B’ stands for whatever […] depending on the day.”

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In August 2017, “Bodak Yellow” entered the top two of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.[51] The song also reached number one on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.[52] She performed at MoMA PS1 on August 19 to a crowd of 4,000.[7] On the Hot 100 chart dated September 25, 2017, Cardi B claimed the top spot with “Bodak Yellow”, becoming the first solo female rapper to do so since Lauryn Hill in 1998.[53] “Bodak Yellow” was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). With her collaborations “No Limit” and “MotorSport”, she became first female rapper to land her first three entries in the top 10 of the Hot 100,[54] and the first female artist to achieve the same on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.