NYC rapper Cardi B has made an appearance in a recent advertisement for Beats By Dre's new Studio Buds+. The ad also features her 2021 single "Up." Cardi flexes the ear buds' noise cancellation abilities as well as their powerful sound in the funny ad.
Earlier this week, Cardi B also made a plea for Elon Musk to remove her shadow ban on Twitter. "I'm shadow banned 'cause I posted a picture of somebody getting their [t*tty] sicked," she explained. She went on to say, "@elonmusk please unshadow ban me. I won't do it again." She also shared her Mother's Day gifts from her husband Offset on social media. The rapper said, "My man really is HIM!!!!" Adding, "I'm never getting off from him!!!!!!!!"
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Cardi Promotes Studio Buds+
The "WAP" artist shut down rumors this month of beef between her and 2023 Met Gala host La La Anthony. After seeing an interview from the Met Gala posted on Twitter, fans began to speculate that the two had a problem with each other. One user wrote, "It's so obvious that she can't stand her." "Not true," Cardi responded. "I talk to La La more than any celeb... She knows everything!!! If you ever need something she knows all the contacts," she explained.
It was also recently revealed that Cardi B won her defamation lawsuit against YouTuber Tasha K. The YouTuber had to pay Cardi over $4 million. After Tasha K shared a post on social media saying, "PSA Winos I just paid off my 4 million dollar debt in cash." Cardi B responded shadily, saying, "Mhhhhmmmm." She added, "Let me check my Apple Pay." After Cardi won the lawsuit, Tasha K wrote to her fans on social media. She said, "We lost the appeal against Cardi B sad day. But I'm gonna be alright." The YouTuber went on to say, "I appreciate all your love [and] support." "Throughout this fight. Today we throw in the white flag," she claimed. "What happened will never happen again. To Cardi [and] her team, I apologize sincere. We live and learn."
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