Cardi B Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of 'Invasion of Privacy,' Says She Still Makes Millions Off Album

Cardi B took to her Instagram Story to celebrate the fifth anniversary of her debut album, 'Invasion of Privacy,' which she says still makes her millions.

Cardi B at Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Cardi B at Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Cardi B is in a celebratory mood.

The 30-year-old rapper took to her Instagram Story to commemorate the fifth anniversary of her debut album, Invasion of Privacy. In the clip from Wednesday, Cardi is seen in the studio with her producer, J. White Did It, and engineer, Evan LaRay.

She shows off the spread from her team to celebrate the occasion, which includes a bottle of wine, cupcakes, and a cake that says, “Happy 5th Anniversary!” Vinyl and CD copies of her album and flowers complementing the colors in her album artwork can also be seen.

“What my team got me, guys!” the Bronx native said. “Yeah! Five years! I’m still getting booked for millions of dollars with one muthafuckin’ album, bitch! Yeah, wassup? Ain’t nobody can tell me nothing.”

Cardi B celebrates the 5 year anniversary of her album "Invasion of Privacy"

Invasion of Privacy arrived on April 6, 2018, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album later nabbed Cardi Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards, as well as a slew of other accolades, including becoming the first female rapper to land a diamond song with “Bodak Yellow.”

Indeed, it seems like she has been racking in a good amount of coin based on the one album. Back in December, she reportedly tweeted that she made “1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes.” She revealed this information when responding to a troll on Twitter, telling them to “think about that when you type about this Grammy winner.”

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