Cardi b He is open about why he wants to share his thoughts on politics.
In a preview of the iconic David Letterman’s Netflix series, No need to introduce my next guest, tHe chats with the “WAP” rapper.
“I think people in your position have a power to change the world, in terms of political activism, and in changing people’s feelings and thinking, not just about themselves, but about the problems of the world,” Letterman said.
Cardi B responds that he doesn’t like to keep politics in his songs but he still uses his platform.
“I don’t really put a lot of political stuff in my music, but I did use f * ck outside of my platform. And I used my platform even when I was a dancer. Because you might think people aren’t looking, but they are. ”
Letterman Sen mentioned the time he sat down with Barney Sanders and President Joe Biden. He also thanked her for being weak and for sharing her thoughts on such controversial issues because fans need to hear from someone who praises and respects them.
“I mean, I’m a hood chick, and I’m from the Bronx,” Cardi said. “A lot of people relate to me and follow me because they want to see what I’m wearing, they want to see my life. I think I have a responsibility to share with them, ‘Hey, while you’re here and you’re checking my clothes and my music, look at what’s happening here in this part of the world.
Letterman’s other guests on the show include Kim Kardashian, Billy Hilsa, Dave Chappell, Lizo and more.
The season has been delayed by epidemics and features interviews with Cardi B, Kevin Durant, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ryan Reynolds and Will Smith. However, it was filmed before the infamous slap at the Oscars.