Reality Star Cardi B: A lot of people judge me, a lot of people call me whore.

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Reality Star Cardi B: A lot of people call me whore.

In a new interview with VIBE, Love & Hip Hop New York break-out star, Cardi B, opens up about the type of men that attract her, dealing with industry people and the perception of strippers. Check out a few excerpts below.

On what it takes to be with someone like Cardi B romantically: 

I don’t know what it is, but I like a very cute face. A lot of people think, “You only like n***as with money and sh*t.” I’ve dealt with a lot of broke n***as. Like my man is in jail, he ain’t doing nothing for me, but I like him and I feel secure with him. I kind of like a street guy, and I like a real guy. I don’t like a guy that just talks about it, I like to see it. I don’t know.

Reality Star Cardi B: A lot of people judge me, a lot of people call me whore.

What her experience has been with people in the industry and how they perceive her: 

People receive me well, but I be thinking it’s mad fake. I know a lot of famous people be like, “Oh my God! Hi!” and this and that and, “I love you!” and I don’t feel like it’s real at all. I’m cordial, but I just don’t feel like it’s real, so I just really don’t care.

Reality Star Cardi B: A lot of people judge me, a lot of people call me whore.

If people relate to her: 

You know one thing that bothers me, and I really wanna let people know? A lot of people be like, “All these little b***hes want to be like Cardi B” or they wanna be like, “If Cardi B inspires you, you’re a hoe.” But I don’t think I inspire them to the point where they want to be dancers, though. I just feel like I influence people because I’m like—I was practically homeless. A lot of people think dancers don’t struggle. Yes we do. We struggle a lot. Not only mentally, but it’s not fun all the time. There are nights you could make two to three thousand dollars, and then there are nights you could leave owing money to the club. A lot of people don’t talk about that. So, I just let people know what it is. I think I inspire people because it’s like ,“Damn, if she did it…” Yo, I got crooked teeth, I’m hairy and it’s like, “If she could do it, I definitely could do it.”

Reality Star Cardi B: A lot of people judge me, a lot of people call me whore.

If she hangs out with industry folk: 

I know that sometimes I have to, but I don’t think you’ll ever see me like taking pictures with one of these popular b***hes because I don’t really f**k with them like that. For me to get to know you, I have to be with you like almost every day. And then you could become my friend. Then I’ll consider you a friend.

Having less privacy and sometimes being approached in a disrespectful way: 

First of all, I’m away all the time, so I never have peace of mind. Sometimes I don’t have privacy. A lot of people don’t give a f**k if I go out looking like this [with no makeup or weave]. They still want a picture. They feel like they’re entitled to have it and I’ll still give it to them, but sometimes people do things in a real disrespectful way. A lot of people judge me, a lot of people call me whore.

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How seeing things in the media sometimes bothers her: 

If someone called me that in real life, I’m poppin’ off. But you know, the things that I see in the media. That sh*t hurts my feelings and it makes me want to hate people.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams