But she doesn't mind a good late show appearance.
First of all, you should know that both Cardi and the Migos rapper are super likable and over the top, plus they've blessed the world with the iconic Kulture, who just celebrated her first birthday so what's not to love?
Cardi B is a Warner Music artist. However, for those who aren't exactly up-to-date with 2019's hip-hop lingo- some of "Clout's" lyrics nearly certainly go over their heads.
Offset kicked things off by rapping his verse: "Straight out the streets to a penthouse/Miami beach/Yayo", leading Jimmy to suggest what he thinks it means, getting it correct.
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Clearly impressed by his own translating abilities, the host then said, " I should really be on the next song".
Back in the studio and Kimmel invited the couple to help out their elderly fans who might not quite understand all of the slang terms they use in "Clout".
"They do anything for clout", Offset confirmed. Critically acclaimed, the album won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, making Cardi B the only woman to win the award as a solo artist.
After hearing a few more lines, Kimmel was able to sum up the song. "Vagina still wet like a fat b*tch".
The Bronx native was quick to inform him that his translation was incorrect.