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Cardi B Talks Life, Her Career And Politics With David Letterman On ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction’

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, Cardi B sits down with David Letterman to discuss her life, career, and the responsibility to touch on politics and other social issues.In recent years, the Grammy Award-winning rapper rose to prominence as a musician and reality television star but has since evolved into an activist in a sense, having interviews with Senator Bernie Sanders and current President Joe Biden. During the conversation with Letterman, Cardi spoke about her decision to leave her political stance out of her music; but that doesn’t mean she’s ignoring it.“I think people in your position have a strength in terms of political activism and changing the world and changing the way people feel and think, not only about themselves, but the problems of the world at large is wonderful,” Letterman says in a preview of their candid discussion.“I don’t really put a lot of political things in my music, but I used the fuck out of my platform,” Cardi responded.

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