Cardi B doesn’t fully understand what Coronavirus is or why it’s “on tour” but the rapper admits she is scared.
The “Be Careful” artist shared a hilarious video about the deadly virus on Tuesday night but despite her being funny, her fears are very serious. The star was dressed in a mesh dress and was dripping in gold necklaces as she delivered her message. Of course, Cardi’s hair and incredibly long nails were on point for her message about the virus that is shaking the world’s foundation.
“Government, let me tell y’all mother f–kers something,” Cardi said in her video. “I don’t know what the f–k this Coronavirus is about, I don’t understand how that s**t went from Wuhan, China now all of a sudden this s–t is on mother f–king tour. And let me tell y’all something, I ain’t gonna front… a b–ch is scared. I’m a little scared, you know what I’m saying.”
The video is funny but she is not joking and she said that she is going to start “stocking up on food.”
“S–t got me panicking and a lot of you mother f–kers think it’s a joke [fake laugh] like I was thinking, right? But that s–t right there, just cause you think you’re immune to it, your pocket ain’t b**ch because a lot of s–t comes from mother f–king China, b–ch,” Cardi exclaimed.
“So, if you wondering where your mother f–king weave or your FashionNova mother f–king panties haven’t arrived, guess what b–ch? Ha, ha, ha! Coronavirus! Coronavirus! I’m telling you, s–t is real! S–t is getting real!”
S–t got really real yesterday when New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a “containment zone” for the city of New Rochelle, a city just north of New York City.
“New Rochelle, at this point, is probably the largest cluster of these cases in the United States,” Governor Cuomo said at a news conference on Tuesday.
The announcement means that schools, places of worship, and other large gathering areas within a one-mile radius of New Rochelle will be closed for 14-days and the National Guard will help to distribute food in the “containment zone.” Cuomo continued his press conference, “You’re not containing people,” he said. “You’re containing facilities.”
The virus has also started to affect the entertainment industry in a big way. The Coachella music festival, with Rage Against The Machine, Travis Scott, and Frank Ocean as headliners, has been postponed over health concerns and shows like “The Wendy Williams Show” has suspended live studio audiences until further notice.