Cardi B Reveals Her Lucky Numbers: It’s The Lord Sending Me Messages
Cardi B took to Instagram to share a lengthy post on what she relies on as her lucky numbers, stating that she believes God is sending her messages through them.
Cardi B wrote,
Ok guys so here I go with my long a** post.So if you know me my lucky number are 444 and 1111.I believe in 11:11 sooo much cause I was born on the 11 and my grandma passed away on 11-11-11.I seen my grandma and cousin come to me in dreams with white teeth ,teeth so white when they smiled in my dream I couldn’t see much and a light so blinding behind them like the sun.My grandma also had a lot of gold jewelry That let’s me know they’re in heaven .”
She referenced the “4:44” and “11:11” times in screenshots on recent dates on her phone and continued,
“I keep seeing this week on my phone 11:11 sooo randomly specially on the 11th of this month I caught it day and night .I feel like it’s the Lord sending me messages .I think he be telling me YOU SEE ! Have faith in me I’m hearing your prayers.I love the Lord soo much .I know people have different believes and some just don’t believe but I witnessed he is real.Just like he gave prophets in the Bible important titles to let the people know of his existence I feel like he gave me fame to always let ya know that he is very much real .”
Im not a saint now and I sin and my anger might get violent but I don’t have bad intentions or a f*** heart and my heart is devoted to the Lord .The devil can offer me the world my loyalty is to my God .I want you guys to know to keep faith even thru the darkest time .The lord comes thru.ALWAYS.
The Bronx native recently shared that she spent a hefty amount of money to ensure that everyone working on her ‘WAP’ music video was safe from the coronavirus. She explained in an interview,
“We had to spend $100,000 dollars just on testing. Everybody on the shoot had to get tested for coronavirus…We had a tiger and a leopard there, but we didn’t film with them in there because of safety and because of the pandemic. We spliced those scenes together.”
Though Cardi B and the crew never personally interacted with the animals featured, Carole Baskin of Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ series says they aren’t meant to film in the first place.
“That makes every follower of these artists, who doesn’t know better, want to imitate by doing the same. After tigers are too old for pay-to-play sessions by people like Joe Exotic, Bhagavan Antle, Marc McCarthy, Mario Tabraue and others, they become a liability instead of an asset…You have to pose with a wildcat in front of a green screen to get that image and that doesn’t happen in the wild. It can’t happen in sanctuaries like ours where cats have plenty of room to avoid a green screen [or would shred it if offered access and could die from ingesting it.]”
Carole Baskin continued:
“That tells me they probably dealt with one of the big cat pimps, who makes a living from beating, shocking and starving cats to make them stand on cue in front of a green screen in a studio. That’s never good for the cat…[it] glamorizes the idea of rich people having tigers as pets.”
However, the 27-year-old rapper is paying the Netflix star no mind. She responded by referencing accusations that Carole Baskin is allegedly behind her husband’s disappearance.
“I’m not gonna engage with Carole Baskin on that. Like, that’s just ridiculous you know? Oh, Lord. Like, girl you killed your godd*mn husband.”
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