Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Cardi B made something clear Saturday night — at least to us — she’s becoming the voice of her generation. We got Cardi leaving the Bryant Park Hotel after a night of celebrating Jason Lee‘s birthday with Wendy Williams, and boy, she did not disappoint.
Cardi meets Bernie. After much anticipation, Cardi B sat down with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the TEN Nail Bar in Detroit. During the 12-minute interview, they discussed issues facing Americans today including police brutality, immigration, student debt, healthcare, wages, and more. The Grammy-winning rapper started off asking Sanders
Cardi B is feeling the Bern. The rapper and political junkie sat down with presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders for a new campaign video set in a Detroit nail salon. (Alas, only Cardi appeared to be rocking a freshly manicured set of talons.) The “Bodak Yellow” performer and Vermont senator share more than just an
Cardi B has never been shy about her extensive knowledge of American politics or her support for Senator Bernie Sanders, who is one of several candidates running for the 2020 Democratic nomination. After asking her Instagram followers for questions for politicians and teasing an interview with Sanders, their full conversation
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It’s a well-known fact at this point that Cardi B absolutely loves politics. She took AP Government in high school, and a lot of her social media is dedicated to discussion of policy, government, and the like. Her Instagram, particularly, is a hotbed of support for her favourite democratic politicians,
Bernie Sanders, a United States Senator from Vermont and currently one of the many Democratic candidates hoping to challenge Donald Trump for the presidency, stopped by the Joe Rogan Experience podcast yesterday to discuss his stance on everything from climate change to student debt to misconceptions surrounding the minimum wage.