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Cardi B Says Men Supporting #MeToo Are 'Not Woke, They're Scared'

21 March 2018

As the #MeToo and Time's Up movements continue to gather momentum, Cardi B believes that not all women are being represented, and points to herself as an example.

Cardi also opened up about working as a stripper before breaking into the music world. "When I was trying to be a vixen, people were like, 'You want to be on the cover of this magazine?' Then they pull their dicks out". "I was always woke about gender issues and always stood up for women's right, but when #Metoo started I had to completely reevaluate the way I interacted with women. You're a h*. It don't matter'". She pointed out how in the past, women who have performed in music videos have spoken out about the sexism they endured and nobody listened.

During an interview with Cosmopolitan, the Grammy-nominated artist expressed her concerns regarding the impact of #MeToo on the hip-hop industry.

Cardi has made it no secret that she is proud of her incredibly humble beginnings and is beyond grateful and appreciative of her come up.

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Chart-topping rapper Cardi B has always been bold and self-assured when it comes to touchy subjects that many others shy away from.

This example detailed by the Bronx rapper sounds familiar to the stories in other industries about men like the film industry's Harvey Weinstein, the music industry's Charlie Walk, and the news media industry's Roger Ailes who died a year ago.

She said: 'I even went on stage that night in Chicago when I was having a miscarriage I mean, I pied the piper, I put on a diaper, and sang out my spleen to a room full of teens'.

"It be people that don't f-k with me to be the first ones under my tweets LIKE WHO SEND (sic) YOU?" she wrote.

Cardi B Says Men Supporting #MeToo Are 'Not Woke, They're Scared'