Cardi B poses for a picture at an event. File
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Rapper Cardi B feels that celebrities who have said that they tested positive for COVID-19 are all paid.
In a recent Instagram Live post, the "Bodak yellow" hit maker said that some of the celebrities who have tested COVID-19 positive have showed no symptoms.
While many people have claimed that COVID-19 testing is available only to the rich, the rapper thinks all these celebrities are actually being paid for getting tested.
"We keep seeing these basketball players say like, 'Yeah, I have the coronavirus but I got no symptoms'. So how the f**k am I supposed to know when I am supposed to get tested for it?" she said in the video.
Cardi added: "Y'all n*****s is playin' with me. That's my problem right there. Cause y'all not really saying what it is. And it's like, alright, so tell me what it is and what it ain't. I'm starting to feellike y'all n*****s is payin' n*****s to say that they got it."
She went on saying, "If y'all are paying n*****s to say that they got it, pay me too! Pay me too! Okay? S**t, 'cause I'm trying to get paid."
Many of her fans on social media blindly agreed with Cardi's theory.
"I mean the thought has crossed my mind," one Instagram user wrote.
"SIS IS WOKE! Like is y'all getting paid or?" another said.
A user added, "EXACTLY!!! You had no symptoms but got tested. Cardi is righttt."
Another fan assumed that those stars were "being paid to make people panic."
Others said Cardi B's theory was "ridiculous," and asked to "stop posting all this Cardi B nonsense".
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