Rapper Cardi B goes on garnering awards and honors; on November 18, she has been announced as Billboard Women In Music’s 2020 ‘Woman of the Year.’
As reasons for getting the honor, Billboard pointed out B’s ‘WAP‘ song, her brand-new Reebok collection, and her political activism. However, a good number of people criticized her win by addressing that she had released only one song in 2020.
To slam the backlashes regarding her victory the rapper uploaded a video to Instagram, in which she called the haters “cry babies” and highlighted the success of the song, ‘WAP’ featuring Megan Thee Stallion. She said the song became the most-streamed song on music platforms and was certified 6x platinum in three months by the RIAA.
Apart from her musical artistry, the rapper intended to prove that she entitled to get the honor with her political activism. In the video, Cardi B also referred to her endless efforts for influencing people to vote by using her platform and added:
“The one [the song] that had republicans on Fox News crying about it.”
The ‘Bodak Yellow’ hitmaker touched on that she has been informing her fans & followers about senators, districts and midterm elections, by using her own money and by spending her energy to meet up with candidates.
The rapper captioned the video as follows:
“Thank you BARDIGANG without y’all encouraging while the world 🌍 was against me and criticizing every move I wouldn’t have gotten here every day and use my voice for a change.”
See below to view Cardi B’s Instagram post.