Cardi B Admits To Having A Mustache: “Why You Think My Pu**y So Good?” – S

Cardi B appears to believe that women with facial hair are great s3xual partners in the bedroom.

The rapper recently admitted to having a mustache, which she presumably shaves regularly, during a recent exchange on X. After posting a clip of herself walking seductively, a user on the platform seemingly took a shot at Cardi, alleging that the 30-year-old “has a mustache.”

However, the hitmaker took the moment to defend herself, confirming that she does have a mustache, which she attributes to her xual prowess. “I do have a mustache,” the Bronx native wrote in response, adding, “Why you think my pu**y soo good?”

Cardi B has been in a celebratory mood as of late, as her husband, rapper Offset, released his long-awaited sophomore solo album, Set It Off, this past Friday (Oct. 13). His first release since 2019’s Father of 4Set It Off includes features from Cardi B, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Future, Mango Foo, Latto, Young Nudy, and Chlöe.

According to HitsDailyDouble, the album is projected to debut in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 with an estimated 55,000-65,000 album-equivalent units sold in its first week. Cardi B appears on two tracks on the album, “Freaky” produced by Tay Keith, and the album’s lead single “Jealousy.” Released amid an alleged romantic strife between the couple, the single was unveiled in July and peaked at No. 55 on the Billboard Hot 100.

While Set It Off has garnered positive reviews, music fans are still eager for Cardi B’s follow-up to her Grammy Award-winning 2018 debut Invasion of Privacy. The LP launched the former reality TV star into global stardom. She has attributed the delay of her sophomore album to anxiety and the desire to create at her own pace.

“When it comes to music and everything, I just be feeling like I don’t be liking anything,” the “Bodak Yellow” rapper said last year. “I feel like I got so many songs and I don’t like anything. I feel like nothing is good enough. And I got so much money saved up I just be like, ‘Yeah, whatever the f**k.’”

Cardi continued, adding, “Making music to me has become like a job that gives me anxiety because everybody just critiques everything that I do. It’s just like, sometimes you don’t want to do something that gives you that much anxiety, so I just be freezing myself, but I have to let that go. I have to release more music — I have to go out there.”

In September, the New Yorker released her latest single “Bongos” featuring “W.A.P.” collaborator Megan Thee Stallion. The song was accompanied by a lavish music video, which was shot under a budget of $2 million and has been nominated for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

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