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Cardi B Explains Why She Chooses Not To Include Her Personal Struggles In Her Songs: “The Masses Might Not Be Able To Relate” [Video]

Cardi B has explained her decision to refrain from incorporating elements of her most intimate experiences into her music.

In a Complex’s Hot Ones interview, the Bronx rapper candidly discussed her decision to rap about her personal preferences instead of succumbing to external expectations regarding her song content.

“A lot of people tell me I should put my pain, my struggle, in my music,” Cardi said. “A lot of my pain, or struggles, or whatever the crap is going on, the masses might not be able to relate. Like it’s like, oh my gosh, they’re tearing a new a**hole on Twitter on me because I said this, this, and that.”

She added, “The average person is like, ‘Girl! Shut up! I gotta work at 7 AM in the morning.’ I gotta do this, this, and that. So it’s like, I don’t really like to make music. Like I would normally do an intro, like I would just literally like to make my intro of everything — addressing all the bullsh*t, addressing the b*tches, addressing the sh*t I gotta go through, and then just the whole album, just be about fun.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Cardi also addressed the challenges she encountered while producing a clean version of her latest single, “Bongos.”

“It’s annoying! So annoying!” she added. “Like how upset… because I just did it like practically two weeks ago. And I was so over it because you know my new song [‘Bongos’], I be like, ‘N*gga eat this a** like a plum.’ So you know, I’m doing the clean version and I’m like alright, ‘Baby eat it up like a plum!’”

Cardi continued, “And [the label is like], ‘No, you still can’t play that for pop radio.’ And I’m like, ‘Baby eat these peaches and plums.’ And I was so over it! [I was] like, ‘I cannot say that. that’s sounds so corny.’ That sounded like a Kidz Bop, whatever my son [listens to]. But I have no choice so, ‘Baby eat these peaches and plums!’”

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