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Cardi B Breaks Silence About Her Multi-Cultural Heritage

Cardi B Breaks Silence About Her Multi-Cultural Heritage

Female rapper Cardi B has shared her thoughts about multi-cultural heritage, race, nationality, and ethnicity on Instagram Live session. How people get confused when she calls herself a black woman.

She said:

“A lot of people don’t know the difference between nationality, race, ethnicity. That’s not nobodies fault, that’s actually the school’s fault because schools don’t be teaching this sh*t to people. I’m not Mexican, bro. I’m not Mexican at all. First of all, I’m West Indian and I’m Dominican. I speak Spanish because I’m Dominican.”

Although the Mexicans clearly understood what the Mexicans were saying when they spoke Spanish, they said that every culture knows its own language, so things are sometimes not translated. She continued:

 “People just don’t be understanding sh*t. It’s like, ‘Oh, Cardi’s Latin, she’s not black.’ And it’s like, ‘Bro, my features don’t come from f*cking white people f*cking, okay?’ And they always wanna race-bait when it comes to me. That’s why I have Afro features. ‘Oh, but your parents are light-skinned, your parents are this.’ All right, but my grandparents aren’t.”

She also mentioned:

“It’s crazy right because some island women, some artists that are from the same islands as me, people will be like, ‘Oh they’re Black.’ But because Cardi speaks Spanish to people, she’s not black even though we have similar features, same skin complexion. But no, they want to not put Cardi in it because I speak Spanish.”

See the full video below.

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