Hip-hop artist Cardi B joined presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders for a video put together by the Sanders campaign. The video, released Thursday, showed the pair sitting in a Detroit nail salon for a conversation in which the Grammy-award winning artist got the senator to elaborate on issues surrounding policing, student debt and wages.

Cardi spoke with Sanders about her life before her fame took away her economic worry, drawing on her concern for the many Americans currently struggling to make ends meet.

"For example, as a New Yorker — not now but when I was not famous — I felt like no matter how many jobs I get, I wasn't able to make ends meet,” she said, before calling out the White House for advertising data like the unemployment rate, which they both argue do not tell a complete story of the economic security people feel.

Cardi made it a point to reach her fans who may not like the current administration, calling on them to begin the process of replacing Trump in the next election.

“We have this bully as a president, and the only way to take him out is somebody winning,” she said to Sanders in the video. “I want to tell my millions of followers: We’re here to educate you guys.” 

While Cardi did not explicitly endorse the Vermont senator in the 2020 race, she has been complimentary of him in the past, posting in a July tweet that she had been reading up on his record and was "really sad" he did not come out the victor in 2016.

This is not the first time the rapper has called on her fans to be more enthusiastic about the 2020 election. In April, she posted a list of the Democratic candidates to her Instagram and called on her fans to educate themselves and not wait until "it's popular to do so and it's only like four nominees left."