She then went on to list a number of other female rappers who would fit the bill of what Jermaine Dupri and other critics seem to be looking for, who focus on lyrics and messaging over turn-up anthems and twerking in hot trousers.
Cardi B has a message for Jermaine Dupri.
"Brat was the first female artist to go platinum, so we together broke the mold... and since then female rappers have been able to sustain and sell a lot of records, more records than guys, but before Brat that wasn't happening", he said.
Then he dissed Cardi, as well as Nicki Minaj, 36, and up and comer Meghan Thee Stallion, 24, when asked how he felt about them. When I did 'Be Careful, ' people were like, 'What the f-k is this?' 'This is not what I expected, ' 'I expected this, ' 'I expected that, ' so it's like, that's what people ain't trying to hear, so it's like alright, Imma stat rapping about my p-y again.
"I can't really say. I feel they're all rapping about the same thing", he said. I don't think they're showing us who's the best rapper.
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Dupri, who released popular money-themed party anthems like "Money Ain't a Thang", "I've Got to Have It" and "Welcome to Atlanta" in the late '90s and early 2000s, went on to suggest in the interview that "at some point" women in the rap industry were going to have to talk about "other things". She doesn't pay people to write her lyrics she works so hard on every damn song she makes and the fact that "fans" of her don't appreciate it and trash her name or a whole album over one song they didn't vibe with is ABSURD.
Naturally, Cardi B, who is both a great rapper and a former stripper, did not take kindly to this.
As a result, she said listeners shouldn't "blame that s-t on us when y'all are the ones not supporting them".
"I feel like we need to put these girls in more magazines and blogs. Radio DJs play these girls", she said. Shesthe REALEST seeing her doing this just out of pure kindness of her heart and wants these rappers to go somewhere and shout them out so they can have a chance to be recognized?