Cardi B addressed colorism in New York strip clubs. Check out what she had to say below.
The Shade Room notes that Cardi B shares testimony about colorism in New York strip clubs. The conversation was sparked by a recent post by #JoeBudden regarding the optics in NYC clubs.
Someone said: ‘The want the girls that make the guys feel like they on vacation in DR iykyk.’
A commenter posted this: ‘Forreal there was a whole debate when she said it then too,’ and more fans agreed.
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One other follower said: ‘She definitely talked about it in a old interview.’
A fan posted this message: ‘Colorism within our community still exists and it’s sickening.’
A follower said this: ‘Kim K and the Kardashians had more of an effect on the black community than the crack era in the 80,’ and another commenter said: ‘LA do this too, all the bottle girls in Hollywood look like little Kylie / Kim clones.’
In other recent news, we recently revealed that Cardi B clearly had an unusual look during her recent vacation in the tropics. This Saturday, the 29-year-old Grammy winner witnessed the impressive wreck of a yacht that sank right next to her luxury villa. Being a public figure, she clearly could not leave the situation without attention and recorded this unexpected incident with the ship on video.
“What the… Oh my God… She’s drowning! Do you see it all? Do you see it all? My God, they can’t do anything about it. Isn’t there a big boat that could save her? She’s gone! Everything is lost! Bye! Bye… My God, she’s gone!” the artist screams emotionally behind the scenes.
Cardi B summed up her signature” tragedy film” with fake screams, especially when the last part of the boat sank next to the rocks right in front of her oceanfront home. The artist clarified that there was no one on the yacht when she sank to the bottom, so, fortunately, everyone remained safe and sound. “The huge yacht sank before our eyes. Luckily no one was there,” she wrote under the video in her stories.
cardi B is definitely living her best life these days.
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