There's no such thing as a skippable Cardi B interview, so it should come as no surprise that her recent chat with Beats 1's Julie Adenuga is a must-watch. Though the interview kicked off with an inquiry from Adenuga regarding what fans should expect her to address on her upcoming album, Cardi—who was just announced as a performer at this month's Grammys—also managed to squeeze in plenty of additional insight.
"Not everybody care for bloody shoes," Cardi said, referencing her oft-quoted "Bodak Yellow" line about Christian Louboutin. "It is my song and those are the shoes that I love but it's not a shoe that everybody can afford." As for which brands she may be shouting out on her debut album, Cardi said fans should expect a mix of high-end and everyday. "These high-end designers, I love them, but none of these jeans fit this ass," she said. "None of them."
Asked about the possibility of fans getting some love songs on the album, Cardi seemed to confirm we'll be getting exactly that, and much more. "I could really make a song of hurt, because I've been hurt by a lot of men," she said. "I'm talking about, like, how sad I be when a dude curves me. And I never talk about that because I refuse to let people know that I get sad because when a man don't answer my calls."
Cardi also discussed the most annoying thing Offset does, possible wedding songs, the importance of family, and her dream mansion. The most iconic part, however, is arguably Cardi's relatable message of disgust for accomplishment-free haters and/or trolls: "I'm always gonna talk about them because I hate them. I hate y'all. I wish y'all catch something . . . I'm not too fucking cool to tell your fucking ass something. Like, how your fucking square ass is gonna talk about me?"
Catch the full interview in the video up top.