Cardi B is ready for her Housewives debut!
Appearing on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” Monday night, the Grammy-winning rapper, 30, revealed what her tagline would be if she were to ever join the iconic franchise.
And in true Cardi B fashion, it didn’t disappoint.
“The only thing I throw harder than mics is shade,” she said, referencing a recent ordeal that saw her throw a microphone at a fan.
In July, the “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker was doused with a drink during her performance at Drai’s Beachclub in Las Vegas.
After a brief moment of shock, she flung her microphone at the concertgoer, according to a viral video circulating on TikTok at the time.
Moments later, security intervened and escorted the woman out of the event.
Shortly after the incident, Cardi — born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar — was listed as a suspect for battery.
However, the “WAP” hitmaker will not face charges following an investigation from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept.
The microphone that was involved in the incident was since auctioned for charity on eBay.
Elsewhere during her appearance on “WWHL,” Cardi revealed that she’s actually “really shy” despite her outgoing image.
During a Q&A segment where Cohen takes questions from fans, one fan wanted to know the rapper’s most starstruck moment after meeting another celebrity.
“Ooh, it’s a lot. When I meet another celebrity, I just like freeze up,” the mom of two said.
“You ever seen that Summer Walker meme where she’s like this,” Cardi said before impersonating the R&B singer’s awkward red carpet stance at the 2019 BET’s Soul Train Awards.
“I always freeze up. I rarely talk. Sometimes celebrities be like, ‘Can you give her my number?’ A lot of celebrities go to people I work with and they be like, ‘I don’t think she likes me,’” she said.
“And it’s like, no, I love them. I just like get mute. I don’t even know what to say,” she went on. “I’m really shy.”
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Cardi also revealed that she’s be embarking on a tour “as soon as I finish my album.”
The wife of Offset, whose most recent release is a collab with fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion is called “Bongos,” said fans can expect her new record to be finished imminently.
“The album will be done this year. And it will be put out next year,” she teased.
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