Published: Sat, April 07, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Cardi B Drops Debut Album, 'Invasion Of Privacy'

Cardi B Drops Debut Album, 'Invasion Of Privacy'

Cardi B has discussed her rumoured beef with Nicki Minaj, saying that fans on the internet made the whole thing up.

It's not often we see Chrissy Teigen's cheeks blush pink with bashfulness, but she may have turned bright red when she caught wind of her name-drop on Cardi B's new album, Invasion of Privacy.

If Offset is trying to get back on Cardi B's good side ... so far, so good!

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On Thursday, TMZ caught Cardi heading into the London Hotel in NYC where her entourage went above and beyond to hide her from the cameras.

Anyways, you can vibe out to Cardi's latest below, along with her recent sit-down alongside Ebro Darden on Apple Music. Making that challenge even steeper is the fact that Cardi's in-your-face voice isn't the most melodic, and can grate in heavy doses. "Certain things, to me, have to be private", she asserted. You can not invade my privacy. "I have been so open to people about myself". "I'm not a d**n animal at the zoo that you just could see everything, no. People will just find out more".

One rumor Cardi has addressed was the buzzed about claim that Offset cheated on her and made an alleged sex tape with another woman in January 2018. I have been so open to people about myself, people can not expect me to open up about everything. "But then I gave in", she said in the interview. "I took pictures with Beyoncé, I met Mama Knowles", she raps. When Nicki and Remy was beefing, everybody was tuning in like, 'What's next?' But I don't have time for that.

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