Rapper Cardi B. tells fans why she’s not endorsing Biden this time

As bad as things appear to look for President Joe Biden, he has now lost the skank vote in America.

Rapper Cardi B — fresh off her recent contribution to American culture in “WAP,” a song based on the acronym for “wet-ass p*ussy” — told left-of-center Rolling Stone Magazine she doesn’t plan to endorse President Biden in 2024 because she feels people were “betrayed.”

Keep in mind, the vulgar rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Cephus, a former stripper who has admitted that she would drug men and rob them under the lure of having sex, actually interviewed Biden in 2020 before endorsing him.

Although she still considers Donald Trump a threat, Cardi B now feels “layers of disappointment” with Biden, pointing to the high cost of living under the Democratic president.

“I feel like people got betrayed,” she told Rolling Stone.

“It’s just like, damn, y’all not caring about nobody,” Cardi B said. “Then, it really gets me upset that there is solutions to it. There is a solution. I know there’s a solution because you’re spending billions of dollars on any f–king thing.”

Considering she had previously endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) for president, her solution appears to be socialism — at least until they come for her money.

Back in January 2023, the rapper went on a rant over the cost of lettuce.

“When I go to the f**king supermarket… I’m seeing that everything tripled up – that like lettuce was like $2 a couple of months ago and now it’s like f**king $7,” she said in a video shared on X. “And I have a big platform, so I do want anybody that is responsible for these f**king prices to put that sh*t the f**k down.”

Cardi B also told Rolling Stone she didn’t support funding foreign wars, be it in Ukraine or Israel’s efforts to defeat the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

“[America] don’t pay for endless wars for countries that have been going through sh*t for a very long time,” she said. “There’s countries [where] kids are getting killed every single day, but because the [U.S.] won’t benefit from that country, they won’t help. I don’t like that America has this superhero cape on. We never did things to be superheroes. We did things for our own convenience.”

Tom Tillison

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