Cardi B Wants Everyone to Wear Red at Her and Offset's Wedding

Hassan Hajjaj  New York Magazine
Cardi B in New York Magazine

Hassan Hajjaj New York Magazine Cardi B in New York Magazine

"I always just used to tell myself I want all red [bandannas] and gang sh*t, but now it is like real and it's going to be a real big event and big wedding", she said. People think that being a feminist is a bitch that, like, went to school. "And my bridesmaids are gonna be wearing suits, what's good?".

"They wear skirts all the way to their motherf*cking ankles like a goddamn first lady", she continues.

Cardi previously opened up about her dream wedding during an interview with Us Weekly, explaining that she wants to take her time during the planning stages to make sure every detail is just right. Being a feminist is being equal to do what a man do.

The 25-year-old hip-hop star has rubbished the modern-day understanding of feminism, saying the word has been misused over recent years, and so she would instead prefer to be identified as a hustler.

But Cardi's real achievement this year has been her widespread success, particularly with "Bodak Yellow", which made its way to the top of the charts and broke records while it was there. "I've been trying to be more PG-13, less rated R".

Despite "Bodak Yellow" having been considered the latest anthem for women empowerment, Cardi says, "You know what?" Your dick, it get up.

This comes shortly after Cardi vowed to set a "better example" to her fans. "So I'm gonna just tell you this". Apparently, the Migos member hit up one of Bardi's friends with a simple, but ultimately impactful message: "I want Cardi". "I would do fucking elevator music". As she raps in "Bodak Yellow", she "got a bag and fixed my teeth"-and even made her dentist famous in the process-but she is also looking forward to getting some more work done".

The New York Magazine story reveals that she's thinking about getting a nose job before the year is up.

You can read the rest of the story over at New York Magazine.