Cardi B’s hit song WAP might declare that she doesn’t cook or clean but there’s one domestic job she’s always got time for – scrubbing the bath before she uses it.
The rapper, 28, replied to a fan to explain why that is the one household chore she will take on after they pointed out that she was going against what she had said in her lyrics.
The fan tweeted: ‘@iamcardib said she “don’t cook or clean”. But she just washed her bath tub on her story [laughing and heart emojis] love to see ittt.’
Cardi replied: ‘Baby I’m not domestic however I don’t hop In no tub without me scrubbing it. Clean or dirty imma scrub for I get in .This p**sy too pristine for allat.’
Another fan suggested that she could save herself some work and just wipe the tub rather than give it a good scrub – but Cardi isn’t one for cutting corners.
She replied: ‘Wiping ? naaaa I’m scrubbing Wtf is wiping going to do ….If you wanna talk about really cleaning a tub …let’s talk about it …
‘Clorox ,soap and Ajax let that b***h marinate and brush till your eyes bleed .I’m spoiled now but I have a Caribbean mom that had me cleaning.’
Cardi’s cleaning confession comes after she admitted that having plastic surgery helped her build up her confidence.
The Up star told Mariah Carey in Interview magazine: ‘Well, I’m from New York, right? And New York is a melting pot, especially where I grew up in the Bronx.
‘I was really skinny when I was younger, and in the Bronx, it’s about being thick and having an a**, so young boys would be like, “Look at your flat a**. You ain’t got no titties.” And it would make me feel so ugly and undeveloped.
‘When I was 18 and became a dancer, I had enough money to afford to buy boobs, so every insecurity that I felt about my breasts was gone.’
She added that she had her bottom enlarged as well after starting to work at an ‘urban strip club’ where her insecurities were reignited.
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