Cardi B opens up about how she lost herself due to fear of criticism and was ‘afraid to do everything’ while promoting upcoming second album

Cardi B opened up about how she lost herself due to the fear of criticism while promoting her upcoming second studio album.

The 31-year-old rapper in a conversation with Speedy Norman on 360 With Speedy released on Friday was asked about releasing an apology to her fans earlier this month on social media for losing herself.

‘I just feel like I lost myself like with everything like, you know like a lot of like music commenters and everything and a lot of people just be like, you know, ”She’s afraid to drop an album, she’s afraid to drop music”,’ Cardi explained.

‘Like last year, I barely dropped music. It’s just like I was just afraid to do everything,’ she added.

‘I was afraid to go live, I was afraid to post a picture, I was afraid to go to the club, and then the next day seeing people, what they going to say about me, and everything. I was afraid to do everything,’ Cardi said.


Cardi B, shown earlier this month in Beverly Hills, California, opened up about how she lost herself due to the fear of criticism while promoting her upcoming second studio album

Cardi also shared that she hasn’t taken a break from the Internet after becoming popular on social media as her rap career blossomed in 2015.

‘I love talking about politics and everything. I don’t even want to talk about it anymore because I’m just so afraid of just getting dragged every single f***ing day like I’m tired,’ said Cardi, who urged her fans to vote for Senator Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Cardi revealed that she recorded a remix of the Ice Spice song Munch but decided not to release it.


‘I did do a thing for Ice Spice, but I just did not like how it sound. I love the record, I did not like how I sound. You know it being on a drill beat, it’s not as easy as it look. … I was like, ‘They’re gonna drag me and they’re going to drag the song bad”,’ Cardi said.

Cardi – full name Belcalis Marlenis Cephus – earlier this month on Instagram Live apologized to her fans for pulling away.

‘I want to apologize to my fans. To my fans, to myself, and to the people that love me for losing myself… Just losing myself and not being myself because of negative things that put me in a wall,’ she posted.

‘I want to apologize if you ever felt that like, I wasn’t giving my all because of things. I’m just a f***ing human b****, I’m trying to do this s***. You know what I’m saying? I’m trying,’ she added.

Cardi on 360 With Speedy said her next ‘super soon’ announcement would be about the release of her second studio album.

The 31-year-old rapper, shown in December 2023 in Arizona, in a conversation with Speedy Norman on 360 With Speedy released on Friday was asked about releasing an apology to her fans earlier this month on social media for losing herself

‘I just feel like I lost myself like with everything like, you know like a lot of like music commenters and everything and a lot of people just be like, you know, ”She’s afraid to drop an album, she’s afraid to drop music”,’ admitted Cardi, shown last September in New Jersey

Senator Bernie Sanders is shown having an online chat about politics with Cardi in 2019

This will be her first new studio album since her 2018 debut album Invasion Of Privacy solidified her as a major hip-hop star.

Invasion Of Privacy featured the hit singles Bodak Yellow, Bartier Cardi, Be Careful, I Like It and Ring.

Cardi became the first female rapper to win for Best Rap Album at the 61st annual Grammy Awards


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