Cardi B on Government Shutdown: 'This Not What I Do, But B**** I'm Scared'

The GRAMMY nominee comes in hot, as Senators debate her message

January 17, 2019
Cardi B

Matt Winkelmeyer / Staff

Cardi B has taken to Instagram to unleash some feelings about the government shutdown, posting a one minute rant about the impasse.

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The Invasion Of Privacy rapper discusses government workers working without pay, the previous shutdown from the Obama Administration, and her fears about the current situation.

"Our country is in a hellhole right now, all for a f***ing wall” says Cardi. “We really need to take this serious. I feel like we need to take some action. I don't know what type of action bitch because this not what I do. But bitch, I’m scared. This is crazy. And I really feel bad for these people that gotta go to f***ing work to not get motherf***ing paid.”

After her comments, several US Senators debated on Twitter if they should use Cardi B's message to inspire support.

Cardi B is nominated for 5 GRAMMY awards including Album Of The Year. Meanwhile, she also released a completely different type of video earlier this week.

It's a self-explanatory, gyrating extravaganza for her song "Twerk" with City Girls.