Deep into Cardi B and Offset's new cover story interview with Rolling Stone, Cardi noted that "every artist has explained how harmful" this dickhead is. She also noted the hypocrisy of Republicans' treatment of Bill Clinton's 1998 scandal in light of those Stormy Daniels revelations.
"[Trump] has made divisions in this country—he almost made a crazy civil war between the blacks and the whites," Cardi said. "He has proven himself to be a madman so many times, and proven himself to be disrespectful to women, and that still hasn't gotten him impeached. ... Clinton got impeached for cheating on his wife, and it's so clear that this n***a has sex with so many porn stars, and he's just been shown to be a dickhead, and it's like, 'Nope.'"
Elsewhere in Vanessa Grigoriadis' interview (featuring poster-ready photos by Ruven Afanador), the couple chopped it up about their baby girl, future music plans, gun law reform, and their preferred method of on-the-road parenting. "What I envision is my tour bus has my own personal room, and I just want to be with my baby," said Cardi, who will join her "Finesse" collaborator Bruno Mars on tour later this year. "Only time I don't have my baby with me is when I'm getting my hair done, makeup done, performing."
Offset also teased that he's "considering" dropping a few non-Migos cuts this summer, including more collabs with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin. Sadly, there's no mention of Cardi's Invasion of Privacy follow-up plans. But given the disciplined work ethic of those Privacy sessions, as detailed in the Rolling Stone feature, we likely won't have to wait very long for new Cardi.