Cardi B for office. Let that one sink in. The rapper has made her political musings public via her Twitter when she tweeted a slew of tweets on her political aspirations.
I think I want to be a politician.I really love government even tho I don’t agree with Goverment
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) January 12, 2020
Now, we live in a world where it’s becoming perfectly clear that the established norm is slowly but surely transforming and what we knew was up for the longest time is now becoming the down. Donald Trump is the president of America, Arnold is the former governor of California, and future boxing Hall of Famer, current Philippine Senator, actor, and singer Manny Pacquiao are also thinking to run for the presidency in the Philippines. So, a famous rapper aiming to run for office isn’t really all that shocking and/or unique.
After United States President Donald Trump gave the kill order to eliminate Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani earlier this month, Cardi made it perfectly clear that she wasn’t on board with the decision that could ultimately lead to a possible third World War.
Cardi, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, said that it was sad that Trump is putting American lives in peril and that giving the kill order for the Iranian general was the dumbest move that Trump has done so far. She also threatened to file for Nigerian citizenship after what happened between Iran and the United States.
Oh, and by the way, socialist and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has the rapper’s back. That’s right, Bernie Sanders supports Cardi B. But before you let your brain explode, do know that the rapper endorsed Sanders and it is sort of like, ‘you scratch my back I’ll scratch yours’ kind of deal. At least the 78-year-old senator doesn’t forget the people who supported him, as some other politicians proved otherwise.
TMZ was able to talk to Sanders and the senator told them that Cardi B has a good grasp and understanding of the happenings in the United States. The senator also added that the rapper came from poverty and knows the feeling that majority of the American people are going through and thinks that taking that experience into politics is vital for her success if she truly wishes to pursue a political career.