New York rapper Cardi B is giving fans something to look at while they wait for her new music. In a new steamy clip, she’s resorted to social media to reveal some major hip whining skills.
Cardi B Drops Thirst Trap Video
Cardi took to her Instagram to move her body to some reggaeton. Rocking just a tank top and a pair of black underwear, she left little to the imagination and delivered some serious Latina thirst vibes.
“I’m ready to go home 😏”
Cardi B Stars In Assisted Living Comedy
Cardi B has conquered music, TV, social media and fashion, and now she’s coming for the movie industry. The Grammy-winning artist has booked her first lead role on the big screen, as she’s set to star in the Paramount comedy Assisted Living. In Assisted Living, Cardi B plays a thief who tries to hide from the cops and criminals chasing her by disguising herself as a senior citizen at her grandma’s nursing home. Think Big Momma’s House meets Sister Act. This isn’t Cardi’s first movie role, but this will be her debut as the lead character.
(Cardi B) made her feature film debut opposite Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Keke Palmer in Hustlers, the 2019 crime drama about strippers who turn the tables on their wealthy Wall Street clientele. She also secured a role in F9, the next entry in Universal’s Fast & Furious franchise.
Cardi B Reveals Cost Of WAP + Bodak Yellow Videos
On Twitter, Cardi B recently revealed the cost of some of her most popular music videos. She said that “WAP” — featuring Megan The Stallion on the track, plus Kylie Jenner and Mulatto in the visual — cost $1 million to make, while the video for her first mainstream hit “Bodak Yellow” was a relatively cheap $15,000.
“Fun fact: Bodak yellow music video cost me 15 thousand dollars .I was in Dubai and I said …. I gotta fly picture (videographer) out here … BOOM BOOM BANG ! Ya know the rest … Money cost 400K, Please me Cost 900K , Wap Cost a M !”
Most Expensive Music Videos In History
In case you were wondering, the most expensive music video of all time is Michael Jackson‘s duet with Janet Jackson, “Scream,” which cost $7 million back in 1995. Madonna owns the next three spots with “Die Another Day,” “Express Yourself” and “Bedtime Story,” which ranged between $5 million to 6.1 million. The most expensive rap video is Diddy‘s “Victory” at $2.7 million.