Cardi B Wants to Be a ‘Billion-Dollar Woman’ Like Rihanna
Cardi B has her eyes set on making enough money moves to eventually become a Billionaire Bardi by following in the footsteps of Rihanna. . . The Up rapper made an appearance on Stationhead, the growing social audio platform, that was hosted by BARDIGANGRADIO on Wednesday March 17. With nine top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, Cardi told a fan who asked about what other career goals she has that she doesnt just like million dollar deals — she wants billion dollar deals. . . And when it comes to who she looks up to for their successful handling of music and business acumen, she looks no further than RiRi and Jay-Z, who are respectively known as the worlds richest female musician and hip-hops first billionaire. More recently, Rihannas Savage x Fenty lingerie line was valued at $1 billion. . When I came to the game and people used to be like, Who do you look up to? I always used to say, I dont look up to nobody because I didnt really understand the game and I only feel like I got influenced by the people that was around me, she answered, while naming her mother and the other stripper bi—es she used to dance with. . . But now that Im at the level that Im at, one of my biggest influence is Rihanna and Jay-Z. And Im not just saying it to kiss a– or anything. I just feel like theyre so influential because Rihanna comes from a country, a Caribbean country, that my parents came from and shes a whole billionaire, Cardi continued. But for her to make her business so big and be a billionaire, thats what I strive to be. Thats what I want. I want to be a billion-dollar woman. I want to build a huge brand. . . She added. And Jay-Z, hes from the hood just like me. Hes from the hood, and this mans a whole billionaire. And thats just all about strategy, and thats just all about shaking hands, thats just all about putting plans together. . . When another fan asked if they could expect a visual album from her in the future, Cardi explained why the feat would be very f—ing difficult for her to pull off, and why Queen Bey was successful, whos now pulled it off twice with Lemonadein 2016 and Black Is Kingin 2020. . . It literally takes me a whole month to literally do one song. And lets say I got six trap songs, the Bodak Yellow artist said. Like Beyoncé, she did a visual album but all the songs is R

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