Cardi B‘s sister has us going to Carolina in our minds!
The rapper’s 24-year-old sister, Hennessy Carolina, proved once again that she is a real thumb stopper when she shared her quarantined thirst trap with her millions of fans on Tuesday night. Hennessy made sure all of her Instagram followers said, “Hello Kitty” as she laid back in a tiny matching bra and underwear set that featured the beloved cartoon cat down south Carolina… and we are not talking about the state because Cardi and fam are from New York.
“’The last Cat that slept on Henny took a nap???,” the sultry siren captioned her pic.
Cardi’s little sis definitely made her feel the heat and she reposted the pic and captioned it, “@hennessycarolina PRESSURE,” because it is not easy to look that good. The “Money” rapper’s famous friends were drunk of Hennessy’s pic as well.
The fans quickly became cat people and sounded off about how good she looked.
“Hennessy > corona,” one fan joked. Another said, “whatever she doing for quarantine is working wonders.”
Carolina may be taking the whole lockdown thing a little harder than some and she expressed that she is going to make some serious life changes when this whole thing clears up.
“After we’re done with all this Coronavirus bullst, I’m going to go out every single day of my fing life!” she exclaimed. “I will be getting drunk every single day of my f**ing life!”
“I will be getting wavy, I will be turning the f*** up!!! Because I will never take life for granted again after this,” Hennessy continued. “This is like the last day of earth and I WILL NEVER TAKE MY LIFE FOR GRANTED AGAIN!!!!”
There is a lot of misconceptions about the Coronavirus treatment and when people should be tested but Cardi has been lashing out at someone because she’s confused/doesn’t agree with how the pandemic is being handled. She recently shared a lengthy video explained her issues with the response and treatment of COVID-19 to her Instagram. While she is obviously no doctor, she does bring up the point that people are getting mixed signals but we will let you hear her message in her own words. In the meantime, make sure to follow the directions the CDC, WHO and local government put out.