Monday, March 29, 2021

Cardi B Drops Her Clothes And Shows Off Her Natural Hair - yuetu.info

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Cardi B dropped her clothes and posed for the ‘gram. But not to show off her curves – this time, she did this in order to show off her natural hair! Check out the clip that she shared on social media.


Someone said: ‘Y’all talking bout the hair I’m talking bout the tattoo 😩’ and another follower posted this: ‘one thing you can say about these female rappers is they got some inches.’


Someone else said: ‘her meg and Nicki natural hair long n pretty,’ and one other follower posted this: ‘I always did love her hair wish I had healthy hair like that😍.’






Another fan posted: ‘What are we supposed to do with this information at 1 am ?’ and one other commenter said: ‘Was anyone doubting she had hair or something?!? I missed that thread.’


Someone else said: ‘Y’all need to stop saying “Oh she’s Latina/Mexican so ofc she has long hair”🤦🏽‍♀️Anybody can grow long hair ethnicity/ race has nothing to do with it.’


One other follower said: ‘So why they only show the back I wanna see them edges.’ Another person said: ‘We’re supposed to be impressed that a Hispanic woman has hair ?’


Not too long ago, one comedian joked about the recent ‘cancellation’ of some Dr. Seuss books over their racist imagery and words by saying that schools are now more likely to include WAP lyrics than Dr. Seuss!


As you can imagine, it did not take Cardi B long at all to clap back!


The post in question came from conservative comedian Tim Young and Cardi could not just ignore the absurdity of his comment.


The tweet read this: ‘The lyrics to ‘Wet Ass P***y’ are more welcome in schools than Dr. Seuss books…just let it sink in for a minute.’


Cardi had the perfect answer!


“When has a school made kids read the lyrics to WAP? I get it WAP might be a lil’ vulgar but stop comparing a sensual song to books with RACIST content! How can you not tell the difference? I see common sense ain’t that common.”

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