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Cardi B has become the third act (and first woman) to score five of the top 10 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart since the list started in 1958.
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According to the new release of the charts, Cardi B has become the third act (and first woman) to score five of the top 10 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart since the list started in 1958. In regards to the breakdown, Cardi ties Drake and Kendrick Lamar for the most concurrent top 10 hits. While Drizzy did it eight times in 2016, Lamar scored the milestone once in 2017. When it comes to the females, Bardi was previously tied with Beyoncé with four, but soared passed her with her five entries: her "Finesse" collaboration with Bruno Mars, her featured role on G-Eazy's "No Limit, "Motorsport" alongside Migos and Nicki Minaj, "Bartier Cardi" and, of course, "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves).
Even though the rapper is in great company, there is one record that Cardi B has snatched all for herself. She is the only artist to achieve the feat with her first five chart entries, and if that's not the definition of a breakthrough artist, then we don't know what is.
Cardi B will take her bars to New York City on January 28 when she hits the Madison Square Garden stage to perform the "Finesse" remix alongside Mars. She's also nominated twice for "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" in the Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song categories.
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50 Cent has been trolling Diddy both on social media and on the recent promo schedule he’s been keeping up for his movie Den of Thieves, which debuts in theaters this weekend. In fact, when Fif was recent on The Breakfast Club radio program, he revealed a couple of things Mr. Combs said to him that made more than a little uncomfortable. “He said something to me a long time ago, at Chris Lighty’s wedding,” 50 recalled. “He told me he’d take me shopping. I looked at him like, ‘What’d you just say? Let me move, man, before I do something […] That’s something a guy says to a girl.” Now, in his own sit-down chat on that same show, Diddy has responded to those comments from the point of view that he and Fif don’t have any bad blood whatsoever. “I’m a nice guy,” he said, in his defense. “I have no beef with 50. He loves me.” After a shocked split-second of silence, where all three of the hosts sort of stared at him incredulously, Diddy upped the ante. “Y’all can’t see that he loves me?” he asked. “You really think that’s hate? When you really break it down, you been out here a long time, you know he loves me.” When DJ Envy expressed some doubts about the whole “love” theory, Diddy continued to stress that he and 50 Cent were fine, just not “cut from the same cloth.” You can check out the entire interview with the FULL story at www.itsKenBarbie.com #takethat#takethattakethat#diddy#seancombs#puff#puffy#puffdaddy#love#50cent#50central#50centralbet#power#entertainment#entertainmentnews#emtertainmentblog#gossip#gossipblogger#celebrities#celebrityblogger#kenbarbie#itskenbarbie
Last February, Migos drew the ire of an increasingly LGBTQ-friendly hip-hop community when they suggested that ILoveMakonnen’s then newly announced status as a gay man undermined his street credibility. Now, months after that incident seemingly blew over, Offset, a member of the Atlanta trio, has once again brought that negative bit of attention in his group’s direction.
Appearing on a new YFN Lucci song called “Boss Life,”—the track’s visual dropped earlier this week—Offset lets loose a few inarguably homophobic lyrics. “Pinky ring crystal clear, 40k spent on a private Lear/60k solitaire/I cannot vibe with queers,” he spits on the track. “Boss Life” had been out since mid-December, but it was only when the video dropped this week that Offset’s questionable lyrics caught the attention of fans, especially on Twitter. Thus far, not too many have defended the rapper’s words. “‘I do not vibe with Queers’ is such an ugly and unnecessary line. He won’t be here for too long, his bars are elementary and he ugly. And I’m going to catch heat for this but the fact that Cardi B is marrying this man shows where she stands too. Idc,” wrote one angry Twitter user who was clearly not around for that sort of line.
In another tweet, one Twitter user pointed out the irony of Offset saying he doesn’t “vibe with queers” when many of the designer brands the rappers likes to sport were created by gay men. “did he just say… he doesn’t vibe with queers? then continue to talk about the designer clothes he wears… that are designed by… queers…?” wrote another Twitter user.
In another interesting tweet, a rap fan pointed out the fact that Hennessy Carolina, who is the sister of Offset’s superstar fiancée Cardi B, is in fact, a lesbian. Get the FULL details at www.itsKenBarbie.com
What do you all think? Do Offset’s lyrics deserve backlash? Or are people over reacting? #offset#migos#themigos#homophobia#queers#entertainment#entertainmentnews#entertainmentblog#gossip#gossipblog#gossipblogger#celebrities#celebrityblogger#kenbarbie#itskenbarbie
It looks like Cardi B is taking her talents to the big screen. According to TMZ, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper has signed her first movie deal.
Unfortunately there’s no information about the role or movie Cardi will be acting in, but reports say she starts filming in March. With that said, it’s unclear how much Cardi is getting paid, but sources say the Bronx rapper had to turn down other opportunities that month that would’ve made her between $100K-$200K. So if that’s any indication, Cardi is probably getting hefty paycheck in order to not care about that couple hundred thousand just left on the table.
Cardi transitioning to the big screen shouldn’t be much of a surprise to fans. The NYC spitter has exploded into a mainstream star this past year and is arguably the hottest thing in all of music. So you had to figure it was only a matter of time before she got her acting skills on and got a movie role.
This report comes in the midst of Cardi’s historic run in the music scene as her latest feature on Bruno Mars’ “Finesse” remix just matched a chart record that was last accomplished by the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. In case you missed it, it’s only the second time in the Billboard’s history that a single has gone from No. 35 all the way to No. 3; the other act to accomplish this was Michael Jackson with his 1991 hit “Black or White.” Let’s not forget that Cardi is also responseble for a couple other tracks in the top 10, including Migos’ “Motorsports” & G-Eazy’s “No Limit” to name a couple.
We’ll continue to keep you posted on any details about Cardi’s forthcoming movie role as it becomes available at www.itsKenBarbie.com. What type of role do you hope to see Cardi in? #cardib#cardi#iamcardib#bardi#bardib#bardigang#bartiercardi#moneymoves#bloodyshoes#bodakyellow#motorsport#nolimit#finessevideo#femalerappers#femalerapper#entertainment#entertainmentnews#entertainmentblog#gossip#gossipblogger#celebrities#celebrityblogger#kenbarbie#itskenbarbie
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