The nominations have been revealed for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.

Cardi B has proven that there is no limit when it comes to her loved ones. Earlier this week she spent someone's yearly salary on Kulture during a shopping spree.

"Conservative" viewers of The Grammy Awards were BIG MAD seeing two women proudly celebrate their WAPs.

Shaun King wasn't the only person getting dragged on Twitter on Tuesday (Mar.17). Cardi B decided to check her favorite hater Candace Owens too.

This should come as no surprise, but Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's Grammy performance has ruffled some feathers.

After having its wig pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Grammys finally arrived Sunday night (Mar.16), and surprisingly it was Blacker than ever thanks to these excellent performances.

On Friday the 28-year-old rapper took to social media to announce the launch of her a doll designed in her likeness, which was created in collaboration with the new brand Real Women Are, a company dedicated to diversity and inclusion to celebrate all girls. While the announcement was celebratory of her latest business venture, fans took to the posts to social media to question when the "Bodak Yellow" rapper was releasing her highly anticipated sophomore album. 

Cardi B should be enjoying the success of her new single "Up," instead she is addressing the haters.

On Friday (Feb. 5), the "WAP" rapper took to Instagram to dispel rumors that she lifted the hook from her latest single, "Up" from the six artists who claim that they all came up with the same hook she used in the song.

Bronx native, Cardi B, is finding out firsthand that trying to keeping a music career going in the middle of a pandemic is pretty expensive.

According to Variety, the "WAP" rapper is set to star in the Paramount comedy as the lead character "Amber",  a small-time crook who finds herself in over her head when a heist goes wrong. On the run from the cops and her former crew, she struggles to find anywhere to hide. Running out of options, Amber disguises herself as an elderly woman and hides out in the one place no one will look — her estranged grandmother’s nursing home.