Rap superstar Cardi B attends an event.
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Singer Cardi B feels fame has changed her appetite and that she never felt as hungry when she was broke.
The singer took to her social media account to share her weird observation with her fans.
"Why am I always so hungry?! I swear I was never this hungry when I was broke," the rapper tweeted.
The rapper had recently shared that she was happier before finding fame.
"I feel like I was a little bit happier two or three years ago when I had less money. I had less people who had opinions about my life. I felt like my life was mine.
Now I feel like I don't even own my life. I feel like the world owns me," she had explained.
She also shared that she takes inspiration from things and people who exist outside the celebrity world. "My role models are the people around me who I see working.
Like for example, my mom would come home from work and get cooking right away.
Cardi added: "I also admire my homegirl, right? She used to strip. As soon as she would come home at five or six in the morning, she would finish counting singles, then get her son ready for school and, boom, take him to school."
In a now-deleted tweet, a fan asked the "Chandelier" singer whether she would ever do a collaboration with Minaj and shared a photograph of the rapper, reports a section of the media.
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Cardi B might soon start a political career. The rapper was quoted saying she could "shake the table" as a member of US Congress.
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