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Cardi B Quotes

Cardi B Sayings

Cardi B quotes: frank advice and introspection by Cardi.

“Do what you do and make your own way.”

“Do whatever you have to do. People always want to tell you how to do it. No, do it your way. And don’t ask for like, ‘Oh how can you do it?’ Do it. Figure it out. I figured it out one way or another and I did it.”

“You better realize your worth and stop settling for bare minimum half-ass sh*t.”

“Always have a goal, always have a second plan.”

“I will tell you that you can use your personality and be bubbly and be yourself in any field that you’re in. That alone will take you far.”

“I just feel like I influence people because I’m like—I was practically homeless.”

“I was a ferocious worker, unreal. I think I wanted to show women around the world that you can have it all. And I think I’m showing that.”

“I was always scared to follow my dreams because if I follow my dreams and I fail, I can’t dream about it anymore. It’s easier to settle for less.”

“I’m going to encourage any type of woman. You don’t have to be a woman like me for me to encourage and support you and tell you, ‘Yes, b*tch, keep on going.’”

“The women that inspire me to be honest are the women that struggle.”

“But being a feminist is real simple. It’s that a woman can do things the same as a man. Anything a man can do, I can do. I can finesse, I can hustle. We have the same freedom. I was top of the charts. I’m a woman and I did that. I do feel equal to a man.”

“I’m the rose that came from concrete.”

“It’s not that people want to be like me, but some want to say the things I say and can’t because they’re afraid. I say it for them.”

“I ain’t scared of sh*t. I will always speak on how I feel. I’ll be damned if fame and other people have me being a slave to my own thoughts.”

“I’m not as open as I used to be. I’m a little bit more filtered, and it kind of sucks, but it’s the price you pay to get paid.”

“What counts the most for women is having the confidence to make your own money.”

“Make more than the guys you thought you wanted to be with.”

“I’d rather have money and be broken-hearted than be broke and broken-hearted.”

“Remain humble but stay hungry.”

“I yam who I yam; I’m not somebody, like, standard.”

“I’m the person who has to prove everyone wrong, constantly. Constantly. Clearly not for much longer.”

“I used to worry a lot. I still worry a lot, but not about the things that I used to worry about because my younger self, I didn’t regret anything that I ever did. I was happy, and I was free, and I was living it up.”

“Being a mom—how can I say it? Things are a little bit harder to balance, but it’s good for the mental. Like, if I’m playing with my daughter, I forget about the issues.”

“I don’t want my personality to overshadow my talent.”

“Went from makin’ tuna sandwiches to makin’ the news. I started speakin’ my mind and tripled my views.”

“Growing up in the Bronx influenced my music and personality. It influenced the way I see things. I didn’t grow up having much, so I didn’t have much to brag about. All I knew was violence, gang relations and how to hustle. That’s what I mostly rapped about. Now that I’m seeing different things, traveling places and buying new things, I can rap about all that.”

“My life has changed since I became famous. One positive thing is that, my family, whatever they want, they get. Everything that I want to buy, I can get. I don’t have to worry so much about my future. One negative thing is that, even though I’m happy, I feel like I was a little bit happier two or three years ago when I had less money. I had less people who had opinions about my life. I felt like my life was mine. Now I feel like I don’t even own my life. I feel like the world owns me. It’s crazy because I never been the type of person to ever really care about anything. I never had to censor myself. Now I feel like everybody is so sensitive, and it’s sad. Some people have written me off or tried to make me feel like I’m something I’m not or wanted to tell me how to manage my relationship.”

“I really want to accomplish more records, more Billboard hits. I might want to get into acting or designing clothes, but my real goal is to have beautiful kids, a beautiful mansion, and do business that makes me money until the day I die. Then be able pass it on to my children.”

“I can’t really say that there’s another artist who I admire because I don’t really know them, I don’t see their struggles or their work ethic, like really see it behind the scenes. My role models are the people around me who I see working. Like for example, my mom would come home from work and get cooking right away. Me, if I work, after that I can’t do no other sh*t. I’m not trying to cook. I’m not trying to do anything.”

“I cannot turn my life back around. I’m already a public figure, I’m famous. It’s like, I might as well keep it going, might as well make the money. I’ll do something that brings me a check.”

“Knock me down nine times, but I get up ten. Look myself in the mirror, I say we gon’ win.”

“Now I’m a boss, I write my own name on the checks.”

“I used to live in the P’s, now it’s a crib with a gate.”

“I have a passion for music, I love music. But I also have a passion for money and paying my bills.”

“Music never felt like a job.”

“I’m my own competition, I’m competin’ with myself.”

“I want to be an artist artist, a real artist. I don’t just want to do this for temporary money.”

“To see the positive reaction to my music makes me feel good.”

“You wanna know how rich people like me stay rich? By staying on a budget. That’s why I be so careful with my money and always try to invest. I see people who have it all and then lose it.”

“If you want it, and the more you keep hearing you can’t have it, you just go and get it.”

“Am I ever gonna grow thick skin? No. I just gotta focus on making money. ‘Cause ain’t no going back. I’m gonna be famous forever.”

“I only f*ck with people who are secure enough to be happy for me and hype me up. I don’t want any friends who fall silent during my success.”

“I’mma be the way I am till I die and if you don’t like it, die first b*tch.”

“I’m known for proving people wrong. Remember that.”

“I’m livin’ my best life.”

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