Cardi B: "I am The Bitch of the People Love To Hate"
"People have an addiction to hate."
Los Angeles, CA – Like Cardi B continues her industry takeover, many people are apparently drooling at the thought of potential beef with fellow superstar rapper Nicki Minaj.
Earlier this week, Minaj was speaking with Zane Lowe, she admitted that she was hurt by some of Cardi's comments with respect to your shares "MotorSport-only" Migos.
But during an interview with Los Angeles' Power 106 on Thursday (April 12), the pregnant Cardi do not touch any of that. Instead, she talked about Invasion Of Privacy and how she still reads nasty comments about herself online.
"It's torture," he said. "It depends on the situation. The people are bipolar. I really hate saying cheesy shit, but to me this saying things like 'I am the bitch that people love to hate.' I think that people have an addiction to hate. For example, if there is someone who does not like it, you don't have to go to your Instagram. But I think I like that feeling of hate. It's like, 'Oh, I need the negativity of today.'"
When asked about Khloé Kardashian/Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal, she uses it as an opportunity to speak out against the paparazzi and the gossip blogs.
"[They should] listen to the Invasion of Privacy," he said. "I think it will help you to lose some tears. I really feel for her because there is nothing more annoying when something like that is in the public eye. This is what I don't like about these blogs, and these paparazzi. This woman is pregnant, and to bring that kind of stress to a pregnant woman is heartbreaking and it is dangerous. No one cares about. No one has the heart to just be like, 'We cool.' No, it's all about money or all about the click-bait."
Cardi, then, opens up about what he misses most about his pre-fame life and how she handles all the negativity.
"It is difficult for me to deal with it," he admits. "I really could not say how. Everyone gives me advice that surrounds me. So it's like, 'You right, to the right. I am