Cardi B channeled old-school Hollywood blonde when she was spotted indulging in a night out on the town this week.
The 30-year-old rap star sported a formidable platinum mane that framed her unmistakable facial features, which she enhanced with makeup.
The Bodak Yellow hitmaker added a touch of glitz to the look with a dainty pair of earrings and balanced expertly on a sky-high pair of silver stilettos.
She showed off her world-famous curves in a figure-hugging, classic white cocktail dress that dipped low to show off her surgically enhanced cleavage.
Adding a pop of color to the look with a blood-red handbag, the New York native strutted her stuff to showbiz hotspot The Nice Guy in West Hollywood.
Glam: Cardi B channeled old-school Hollywood blonde as she was spotted indulging in a night out on the town this week
Looking fantastic: The 30-year-old rap star wore a formidable platinum mane that framed her unmistakable facial features, which she enhanced with makeup
Her latest appearance comes after Cardi expressed her distaste for the bowdlerized radio version of her raunchy song Bongos.
Although the original song contains the line, “N****, eat this a** like a plum,” the censored form of the line is, “Eat these peaches and plums.”
Cardi gave a candid assessment of the change when he appeared on Hot Ones, a popular YouTube interview show in which celebrities try to answer questions while eating increasingly spicy chicken wings.
When the radio version of Bongos came out, she confessed that she found it “So annoying!” and had just recorded the tamer lyric “just about two weeks ago.”
She recalled that an earlier version of the cleaned-up line read, “Honey, eat it like a prune,” but she was told, “No, you still can’t play that for pop radio.”
Thus came the lyrics: “Baby eat these peaches and plums,” a change that still visibly drives Cardi up the wall to this day.
“And I was so over it, because I’m trying to look up, because I can’t say that. That’s, that sounds so corny. That sounds like KidzBop, whatever my taste, but I had no choice, so honey, eat these peaches and plums,” she said sadly.
Cardi is known for opening up about her behind, which is still voluptuous a year after surgically removing 95% of the biopolymers from her previous ‘a** injections’.
Making herself clear: Her latest outing comes after Cardi expressed her distaste for the bowdlerized radio version of her raunchy song Bongos
Background: Cardi was featured on Hot Ones, a popular YouTube interview show where celebrities try to answer questions while eating increasingly spicy chicken wings
‘Like KidzBop’: When Bongos’ radio version came out, she confessed that she was “So annoying!” and had just recorded the tamer lyrics ‘like practically two weeks ago’
She has never shied away from discussing her extensive plastic surgery, including the surgery she underwent in August 2022 to remove the biopolymers from her butt.
‘In August I had surgery and removed 95% of my biopolymers… if you don’t know what it is, it’s a bull’s-eye. It was a very crazy process,” she said in December.
‘All I’m going to say is when you’re young, when you’re 19, 20, 21, and sometimes you’re too skinny, and you’re like, “OMG, I don’t have enough fat to put in my a**” so you’re gonna get a** shots, DON’T!’ Cardi urged her fans on Instagram Live.
During her pre-fame days as a stripper in New York City, she once had her derriere illegally injected with silicone in a basement.
Years ago, she said she got the illegal butt augmentation partly because a man dumped her for a woman with “a big, big ass**.”
There was also a financial incentive for the procedure, as she noticed other strippers with bigger butts managed to outdo her, she said. GQ.
After getting her injections in the basement for $800, she was in such terrible pain that I felt like I was going to pass out, plus the implants leaked for five days.