Cardi B bares her curves in behind the scenes snaps from new video Up
Cardi B bares her curves in a leotard behind scenes of her new video Up… after revealing she is often ‘surprised’ by ‘nasty’ reactions to her music
Cardi B shared behind the scenes photos from her Up music video shoot on Sunday.
The WAP hitmaker, 28, bared her curves in a plunging white leotard under a chiffon wrap as she wrote ‘Rolls Royce angel.’
Another provocative video to match her sassy attitude, she recently revealed in an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe that she is often ‘surprised,’ by ‘nasty’ reactions to her music, adding that it is predominantly a lot of ‘Conservatives.’
Up: Cardi B, 28, shares behind the scenes snaps from her racy music video Up as she bares her curves in a white leotard, recently sharing in an interview that she is ‘surprised’ when have ‘nasty’ reactions to her music after facing backlash for WAP
The look featured white fingerless gloves attached to the wrap and a hefty array of diamond chokers.
She stood on a silver platform which was edited in video to make it look like she was the ornament on the hood of a pink Rolls.
Sparkling from head to toe, she flashed a diamond toe-linked ankle bracelet, and flexed an intricate set of acrylic claws.
She was seen being driven from set on the back of a golf cart as she waved while rocking slippers.
Sparkling: The shoot look featured a slew of diamonds wrapped around her neck and ankle
All pink: In the video she was edited to make it look like she was the ornament on the hood of a pink Rolls Royce
Set life: She was seen in slippers being driven from set on a golf cart
The look was just one of many elaborate outfit changes for the video which features her tongue kissing a dancer.
Facing backlash after she and Megan Thee Stallion released their mega-hit WAP, as some brandished the lyrics as ‘filthy’ and ‘freaky,’ Cardi revealed that most taking issue with it were ‘Conservatives.’
‘I don’t even think it was religious people, it was really a lot of Republicans,’ she told Lowe.
‘Big Republicans, not like senators and s**t like that, it was literally like those motherf***ers that got blue checks on Twitter, they’re big influencers.’
Outfit change: The look was just one of many elaborate outfit changes for the video which features her tongue kissing a dancer
Backlash: She told Lowe in the interview ‘The people that the song [WAP] bothers are usually conservatives or really religious people’
She previously harped on the same group of people in an August interview with The Kyle and Jackie O show saying that the people bothered by the song are ‘usually conservatives or really religious people,’ adding that for her this type of music was ‘really normal.’
‘I grew up listening to this type of music. Other people might think it’s strange and vulgar, but to me, it’s almost like really normal, you know what I’m saying?’
She released her track Up this week and has already been faced with some unsavory accusations that she plagiarized the track from two Jersey-based rappers.
The duo Mir Pesos and Mir Fontane allege that the song is a ripoff on their track Stuck which was previewed in August and released in September, comparing the songs on Instagram and writing ‘They stealing.’
Standard music: ‘I grew up listening to this type of music. Other people might think it’s strange and vulgar, but to me, it’s almost like really normal, you know what I’m saying?,’ she said in an August interview
Speaking out: In response to accusations that she had ripped Up from two Jersey-based rappers she shared a video of her working on it before they released the song, writing ‘From August 7th … I been working on this. Sorry lil boy never hurd [sic] of you’
Pesos tweeted, ‘We want our money,’ prompting Cardi to respond via Instagram, sharing an old clip of her singing the song back in August and going live about the situation on Friday.
‘From August 7th … I been working on this. Sorry lil boy never hurd [sic] of you.’
She continued to say ‘I am the type of person, I don’t like going to court…’ adding that if she were to ‘jack something from somebody’ she would pay them.
Cardi continued to grow frustrated with the claims saying, ‘If you’re feeling a certain type of way, we can take it to court. I don’t give a f**k – get the f**k out of here.’
Yesterday she was seen jetting out of LAX ahead of the Super Bowl, and has a commercial with Wayne’s World duo Mike Myers and Dana Carvey for UberEats that is set to air during the big game.
Shut it down: The WAP hitmaker continued to shut down the plagiarism allegations as she said ‘If you’re feeling a certain type of way, we can take it to court. I don’t give a f**k – get the f**k out of here’
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