Belcalis Marlenis Almánzarrapper best known around the world as Cardi Brevealed to fans how he faces “technical difficulties” to record his next studio album, the successor to his debut album Invasion of Privacyreleased on April 6, 2018, according to information from NME.
Although the release of the record was hampered by the coronavirus pandemic, Cardi B told followers on Instagram in December 2021 how he intends to release the new album sometime in 2022. In January of this year, the star shared how he was working on new music in a “ghetto studio.”
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Published to followers on twitter Last Tuesday, the 17th, the rapper addressed the concerns of fans about the lack of new music. “I’ve seen a lot of you talking to me like, ‘Oh, she doesn’t feed us…'” she stated. “But I really had technical difficulties with my last project. Not one, not two, but three on the music I’ve been working on… It needed done and taken care of before I released it.”
Then, Cardi B made a promise: “When things come out, that’s when I’ll talk about it. It’s nothing, like, big or crazy. Yeah, let’s find out because I know, I know, I know, I know how y’all want it – and I I’ll give it to you, beauty?
For BARDIGANG cause y’all be talking slot of shit 🤣 pic.twitter.com/HZqSo81an1
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) May 17, 2022
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Cardi B wins $4 million in defamation lawsuit
the rapper Cardi B won $4 million in a lawsuit against the youtuber Tasha K, accused of defamation and invasion of privacy. The legal action began in 2019 after the blogger shared videos with “malicious rumors”. (Via The Guardian)
Latasha Kebe, known as Tasha Kstated that Cardi B was a prostitute, used cocaine and contracted communicable infections, in addition to declaring that the rapper’s son had intellectual disabilities.
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According to the official document, Cardi B sent letters to Kebe remove the videos from the YouTube channel, but the action was not carried out.
From the total amount guaranteed to Cardi B$25,000 corresponds to medical expenses for the rapper, who claimed to have had suicidal thoughts after sharing the fake news, and $1.3 million to costs for legal fees.
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Kebe came to manifest on Twitter and say: ‘My husband, lawyer [sic] and I fought a lot. I want to thank you for your long hours and sleepless nights…'”