Cardi B Clapped Back After Joe Budden Found It Appropriate To Comment On How She Chooses To Spend Her Time And Money
"I have mad time because I'm not doing an album and I have all the money in the world, so much so, you see me every month trying to give it away," Budden said, seemingly mocking Cardi.
February 02, 2022 at 2:48 am
Rapper Joe Budden had a few words about Cardi B taking her time to release her next album, Hot New Hip Hop reports.
During his show, The Joe Budden Podcast, the "Pump It Up" rapper commented on how the Grammy-winner chooses to spend her money and time, instead of working on her next album.
"I have mad time because I'm not doing an album and I have all the money in the world, so much so, you see me every month trying to give it away," Budden said, appearing to mock Cardi.
"I'm giving Offset money, I'm buying a house over here, a house over here, I'm paying for funerals," he continued.
Following his rant, listeners expressed that they found Budden’s mockery distasteful, and Cardi chimed in as well.
The femcee took to Instagram to share a few words about people commenting on how she chooses to spend her time and money.
“I heard something about me and I don’t like that. I don’t know why motherf**kers assuming s**t about me and I really don’t motherf**king like that,” she said.
“I’m hearing, right, that a little bird was talking about me and practically was saying that I’m not doing anything because I don’t have an album out and all that s**t. It’s like, listen, if y’all want an album from me, you can just say that, but what y’all not gonna motherf**kin’ say about me or make me look like I'm a lazy b***h because no b***h right now, nobody is overworking me,” she continued.
She also mentioned that she’s preparing for her future so she won’t have to “motherf**kin’ work hard” and instead will “work as hard as that comes.”
She backed up her work ethic while plugging her business collaborations with athletic retail giant Reebok, Facebook Watch Series and more.
As Blavity previously reported, Cardi recently teamed up with New York City Mayor Eric Adams to help cover funeral costs for victims of the Bronx fire.