Cardi B claims that her Rolling Stone album ranking was a prerogative

Cardi B claims that her Rolling Stone album ranking was a prerogative ...

Invasion of Privacy, Cardi B's debut album, ranked No. 16 on the Rolling Stones' recent ranking of the 200 greatest hip-hop albums, and she became the first female rap artist to reach the Billboard Top 100 at the age of 13.

Angela Yees Lip Service featured the twenty-nine-year-old artist during an interview with some who criticized her album for being so high on the list. Cardi claims that her inclusion in the top 16 is a set-up.

I was like, how dare you put Cardi before Nas. I didnt even ask for this. I understand that, but when you see your mother fucking at your car, stay alert. All yall bitches, all yall hoes. Don't try it.

Cardi defended those responsible for the Rolling Stone rankings, blaming them for persuading fans to vote for her.

It was, quite simply, a setup. Rolling Stone, you were attempting to set me up. For no reason, you got my tummy pulled on a fucking Tuesday.

Cardis's most recent role was working on the soundtrack for Halle Berry's film, Bruised. She previewed her sophomore studio album on Instagram last fall. There's no word on when the album will be released.

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