Cardi B slams inflation: Rapper says food prices have tripled and is outraged lettuce is now $7
Cardi B slams Biden over inflation: Rapper says food prices have TRIPLED and is outraged lettuce is now $7 – as she urges President to ‘put that crap out’
- Cardi B, 30, slammed politicians over the rising cost of living
- The rapper posted a video on Twitter claiming that salads are now up to $7
- She argued that something had to be done to help the middle and lower classes, especially when she noticed a dent in her $62 million net worth
- The Grammy winner is known for using her platform to draw attention to social issues and has previously spoken out about inflation
Cardi B is calling out “everyone responsible for rising inflation” as she claims a salad is $7 at her local grocery store.
The 30-year-old rapper announced Wednesday that she budgets every week to keep from going broke despite her net worth of $62 million.
She urged officials to address the crisis, particularly for the middle and lower classes, who may not be able to afford soaring prices.
“When I go to the friggin’ supermarket … I see everything has tripled — that was like salad a few months ago was $2 and now it’s $7,” the rapper said in a video posted to Twitter.
“And I have a big platform, so I want whoever is responsible for these friggin’ prices to f**k that down.”
Cardi B, 30, slammed “everyone responsible for the rising cost of living.” The rapper posted a video to Twitter claiming that salads are now up to $7
Cardi acknowledged that she could either remain silent or speak up, while arguing that the price of buying groceries is more than eating out.
“Of course I’ll say something. the shit Because when I think shit is crazy, all I can think of is what middle class people or people in the hood are thinking, so yeah, I’m going to say something. ‘
Some people argued that the rapper shouldn’t complain about inflation since she’s a millionaire.
But the Grammy winner, who is no stranger to indulging in the finer things in life, including $10,000 Hermès handbags, was quick to address the controversial comments, claiming that managing money helps increase the longevity of the ensure wealth.
“Let me tell you something when I’m complaining about food and you all fucking say, ‘Aren’t you rich, why are you complaining about salad? Why are you complaining about this? ” That just goes to show me that if you become successful — if you have money — you’re going to go broke soon because you’re not budgeting.
Cardi furiously spoke about her own money management techniques and how she needs to know exactly what she’s being spent on.
“I get a summary of the money being spent in my house every week. So when I start seeing groceries being like a triple, it’s like, ‘Ay yo, what the fuck is going on. ‘ I want to see for myself what the shit is spent on.’
She argued that something had to be done to help the middle and lower classes, especially when she noticed a dent in her $62 million net worth
The Grammy winner is known for using her platform to draw attention to social issues and has previously spoken out about inflation
Back in September, Cardi shared her outrage at the “unbearable” cost of living and the hot housing market.
She admitted that she needed to help her family and friends financially and wondered how others could survive.
Voicing her thoughts, she exclaimed: “There is no m************ inventory when it comes to houses. No one is going to try to sell their crappy houses.
“I looked at a few areas. The way prices go up… how do people survive? I want to know it.
“My family and friends are so grateful to have me, but it’s just what happens to people who don’t have a me?”
The rapper seems to enjoy the finer things in life, especially luxury handbags. But it seems that her wealth doesn’t stop her from serving other people.
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