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Cardi B Drops Fiery Verse in GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Wanna Be’ Remix: Fans Speculate About Potential BIA Diss

Cardi B Drops Fiery Verse in GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion's 'Wanna Be' Remix: Fans Speculate About Potential BIA Diss

Cardi B Drops Fiery Verse in GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Wanna Be’ Remix: Fans Speculate About Potential BIA Diss. The much-anticipated remix of GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s hit track “Wanna Be” featuring Cardi B has been released, sending ripples through the music industry and among fans. The original track, part of GloRilla’s Ehhthang Ehhthang project, was already a favorite, but the remix introduces a fresh burst of energy with Cardi B’s contribution.

The remix begins with a powerful verse from Cardi B, immediately capturing listeners’ attention. Known for her sharp lyrics and dynamic delivery, Cardi B’s verse is filled with biting commentary about “bit**es” she finds “boring” and “corny.” One standout line from her verse is a playful reference to actor Matthew McConaughey, “My toes white like Matthew McConaughey,” showcasing her trademark wit.

However, it’s the closing lines of Cardi’s verse that have sparked significant speculation. Fans and listeners are abuzz with the idea that Cardi might be taking aim at fellow rapper BIA. The contentious lyrics are:

Hope she talk like that when I see her
Bitch, please, don’t nobody wanna be ya
Cheap lookin’ as ho, weak lookin’ as ho
Great Value me lookin’ ass ho
Girl, these bihes be puy
Delete every tweet lookin’ a*s ho.”

The internet has been rife with rumors of a feud between Cardi B and BIA, despite BIA’s previous public statements denying any bad blood. In March of last year, BIA addressed these rumors directly, stating, “I didn’t switch up on anybody because I don’t know Cardi in real life. I’ve never met Cardi. We’ve never had a conversation. I don’t have no issues with her. It’s all love. But I don’t know her. Y’all do too much on this app.” Despite this clarification, speculation has persisted, making Cardi’s lines on the “Wanna Be” remix particularly significant.

The original “Wanna Be” track, released in April as part of GloRilla’s EP, quickly became popular. The remix not only adds Cardi B but also features contributions from GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion, who are currently on their ‘Hot Girl Summer’ tour. This tour has been drawing massive crowds, and they are set to perform in Atlanta this weekend, promising fans even more electrifying performances.

The music video for the remix has also been released, adding a visual layer to the song’s bold and brash lyrics. Fans can watch the video on various streaming platforms, enhancing their experience of the song with engaging and dynamic visuals.

Diss tracks are a cornerstone of hip-hop culture, where artists use sharp lyrics to call out rivals, showcasing their lyrical prowess and stirring public attention. These tracks often spark intense debates and rivalries, reflecting the competitive and expressive spirit of the genre.

The collaboration of these three powerhouse female rappers underscores the ongoing evolution and strength of women in the hip-hop industry. Each artist brings her unique style and perspective, making the remix a potent blend of their talents.

The speculation about the potential diss towards BIA is likely to keep fans and the media buzzing for some time. Both Cardi B and BIA have substantial followings, and any perceived feud between them is bound to generate significant attention. Regardless of the underlying tensions, the remix of “Wanna Be” is a testament to the vibrant and competitive nature of the rap scene.

As the track climbs the charts and the tour continues, fans can expect more from these artists. Whether or not the rumored feud continues to play out in the public eye, the focus remains on the music and the electrifying performances these women deliver.

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Written by Darnell Simmons

Investigative Journalist, social analysis