Cardi B shot down Jermaine Dupri's evaluation that modern feminine rappers are all rapping about the identical factor - in his case, stripping and dancing - in a video posted to Twitter Thursday evening. I'm getting OK, you got a story about you dancing in the club, you got a story about you dancing in the club, you got a story about you dancing in the club. OK.
Jermaine Dupri caught an avalanche of slander from a bevy of women rappers after he criticized them and compared them to being like strippers.
In true Cardi fashion, the rapper took to Instagram and explained why Dupri's statements were not only biased but completely false.
While JD didn't claim to be a fan of today's female rappers, he did praise his own So So Def artist Da Brat for breaking the mold and becoming the first female rapper to go platinum. "I'm getting like, 'Okay, you bought a narrative about you dancing within the membership, you bought a narrative about you dancing within the membership, you bought a narrative about you dancing within the membership.' Who's going to be the rapper?" I ain't even gonna front.
Hundreds of music fans shared Cardi's sentiments and voiced their opinions on Dupri's comments on social media. "I'mma start rapping about my pussy again", she continued.
Cardi B hopped on Instagram to respond to the Hip Hop icon, rightfully so because her name was brought up in the conversation and she's one of the most successful strippers turned rapper. Bloggers don't support them, they don't give them the recognition.
"When they go low, we go high" seems to be the energy female rappers have been on lately, as the unity amongst up and coming female emcees is at an all-time high. "So don't blame that sh*t on us when y'all not the ones that supporting them". "Radio DJs, play these girls", Cardi pleaded.