Cardi B is walking in glory when it comes to her career.
The Bodak Yellow hitmaker just smashed a record previously held by Beyonce as she becomes the third act – and first woman – with five of the top 10 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in a single week since the list began in 1958.
It was only two weeks that Cardi previously tied with Beyonce with four songs – and she is back at it again!
You must certainly have to be living your best life if you can top a Queen Bey record.
Not only that the 25-year-old is the only artist to make this achievement with her first five chart entries – this is why we call her hip-hop’s fairytale princess.
Cardi also ties with Drake and Kendrick Lamar for the most back to back Top 10s, according to Billboard.
The New York rapper’s collaboration with Bruno Mars, Finesse (Remix), is currently at the top of the chart, while her track with G-Eazy collab No Limit sits at Number 3.
Her tracks Motorsport, Bartier Cardi and Bodak Yellow have placed at Number 4, Number 7 and Number 10, respectively.
And it doesn’t stop there for the former reality TV star, as she may soon have the sixth track on the chart, thanks to a collaboration with Yo Gotti which has been teased to drop very soon.
‘Say where I’m at? K.O.D./Where I’m at? I’m at LIV/What I’m doin’? Poppin’ pussy/Where he at? At the crib,’ Cardi can be heard rapping a preview of the song.
Although things seem to be going pretty swimmingly in the break-out star’s career, her love life is looking a tad rocky.
Cardi, who is engaged to Migos member Offset suffered some embarrassment after it was alleged he been involved in sex tapes with several different women.
His fiancee later spoke out to tell him he ‘gon lose his wife’ if he continues his cheating ways. Seemingly in an effort to make it up to her, he had her name tattooed on his neck.
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Offset is also facing another controversy with his latest rap in which he says: ‘I cannot vibe with queers’.
The rapper’s guest spot on YFN Lucci’s track Boss Life hear’s him make the damning comment, and he is now facing swift and fierce backlash for the bizarre lyric.
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