Cardi B Talks To Joe Biden About The Upcoming Election
What do you get when you have a Presidential candidate being grilled by a famous female rapper?
You have Cardi B and Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden having a little one on one conversation on the current state of America.
Cardi B is taking a break after releasing her new single with Megan Thee Stallion "WAP" to talk politics with the Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden in one of the most anticipated elections of our generation.
Fresh off of making history with their new single "WAP" as it debuted number one on the Billboard Hot 100 it was certified gold within it's first week out, Cardi put on the blazer and the button down and had a conversation with the former Vice President per Elle.
Cardi pulls no punches as she bluntly expressed to Joe Biden how she feel about the current Commander In Chief.
First and first, let me keep it a buck. I just want Trump out, you know what I’m saying? I just feel like his mouth gets us in trouble so much. I don’t want to be lied to. . . .
She continued that like most of us we want to know when the COVID-19 pandemic will be over so we can get things back to normal like going outside, restoring the economy, and being able to go outside instead of feeling trapped inside our homes.
Biden admires Cardi and her passion for politics and equality for all including African-Americans.
One of things that I admire about you is that you keep talking about what I call equity. Just decency, fairness, treating people with respect.
They also discussed medicare, free college for all Americans and most importantly for Black people to get justice and feel free like every one else.
Cardi is no stranger to politics as she has interviewed Vermont Senator and Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders or "Uncle Bernie" as she calls him on more than one occasion.
I love her passion and she will definitely has to influence to gather the millennials to go to the polls.
Only time will tell as we get closer to election day.
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