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Cardi B’s Emerald Pressworthy Clout BET Performance


Cardi B has never been one to shy away from a good headline making moment and tonight’s BET Awards didn’t get a break. The 26 year old rapstress opened the evening by hitting the stage of the networks Awards Show performing a double cameo with her husband Offset. The upbeat performance was the two chart-topping popular songs ‘CLOUT’ which is a duet off Cardi & Offset, followed by Cardi’s latest single ‘PRESS.’

The performance started with Offset with a delicate set of choreo with a stylish entourage of back-up dancers. Meeting a perfectly placed chair where he took a seat awaiting his beautiful wife as she popped out and took a seat atop her husband in a fiery lap-dance tease mimicking their CLOUT music video. Sparkling in a emerald green set including a bedazzled bra, cut-out corset, and chap style pumps she lit the crowd up with her a high energy performance of her latest single PRESS. She performed a slick number with her polished dancers who matched her with similar green bodysuits emblazoned with plush utility jacket style arms and hot pink latex gloves, literally leaving the stage in smoke – which she’s ensured none of us want.

One response to “Cardi B’s Emerald Pressworthy Clout BET Performance”

  1. […] Cardi B definitely gives a new ring to the term “Leader of the New School” as she technically really s. Building her platform on her authentic self she’s managed to become more than just a mega-star, but a unique role model in the millennial generation. It started when the Rapstress made a post to Instagram asking her fans to shoot her some question they’d like asked to current democratic candidates and last night we got to see the reality of that moment. In a post on Instagram she show a frame of an intense look of conversation between the entertainer and Sanders. Cardi sat down with second time presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for an in-depth conversation on bullet points of importance Sanders is standing on for his campaign. Very vocal about the importance of the everyday citizen the conversation included notes of student debt, climate change, and much more. […]


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