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Cardi B Aiming to be female Jay-Z building a business empire that expands far outside of music

After deleting her Twitter account on Friday morning (March 5), fans kept demanding she release her sophomore album after she released something else instead: her own doll.

Cardi B: “people don't get rich just off music.”

Cardi B is focused on her paper. “How ya’ll expect me to be a great business woman, how ya’ll expect me to make it to Forbes if I’m not doing other business ventures besides music? You should learn from JAY-Z. You don’t just become a billionaire with f**king making music.”

“Yo, I really hate when people start acting like brats and start really pissing me off. I don’t like that s**t,” she said in a Twitter voice note. “I wanna make it very clear. After I dropped I said, I’m gonna take my time. I gotta finish my album. If I say I’m gonna finish my album, it doesn’t mean that I’m gonna drop in March, it doesn’t mean that I’m gonna drop in April. Let me do this f**king s**t because everybody expect me to f**king fail, so when I drop my album, I want it to be immaculate with everything great.”

In addition to music, "I have so much pressure. I’m working on a lot of sh-- to please people. ... I wanna please my fans, because y’all been asking for something from me for a very long time that I can’t say, and I’m doing it for ya," she said during an Instagram Live. "'Eh, you’re dropping a f---ing doll! We want an album!' How am I supposed to be rich? How am I supposed to build my net worth?"

“drop the fu**ing album,” wrote one fan, to which Cardi replied, “SUCK MY DICK.”


Cardi B launches her own 'Real Woman’ limited-edition doll:

Cardi B made a stop on TODAY show (March 5) morning to announce something new, the launch of her very own limited edition fashion doll that looks just like her.

“As everyone knows, I’m a mom. And today, more than ever, it’s important to me to give my daughter inspiration and bad--s women to look up to,” Cardi B said in Friday’s announcement. “Working with Real Women Are is a chance for me to provide my daughter and other little girls something that looks like them to play with to inspire them. We’re in the White House now, but we’re still so far behind in other places. Representation matters.”

“I have a 2-year-old, right? And I buy dolls every time I go to Target and they expensive,” she said. “Somebody came with this idea to me and I’m like, ‘That is great because I would love my daughter to play with a doll that looks like me.’ I mean, all these other dolls look like me, I might as well make one for myself.”

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