Cardi B is living in the moment with the release of her debut album Invasion of Privacy and the big reveal of her growing baby bump this past weekend. Now, the rap goddess is conquering the editorial world with her latest spread in ‘GQ’ Magazine. Styled by Djuna Bel-Rowe, the starlet turns up the heat in a slew of sultry pieces from Adam Selman, Alix NYC, Brandon Maxwell, Helmut Lang and Fear of God.
Lensed by Christian Weber, the Bronx native serves face while flaunting a glowing beauty beat and golden blonde tresses for the glossy. Inside the spread, the 25-year-old beauty open us about her butt injections, meeting Beyonce, not having control of her life, her knowledge of political science and so much more.
On her love for political science:
“I love political science,” says Cardi. “I love government. I’m obsessed with presidents. I’m obsessed to know how the system works.
On meeting Beyonce:
“I’m too nervous, I’m too shy,” she shares. “When I met Beyoncé, people be like, ‘How that felt? I bet you was mad happy,’” Cardi says. “It’s like, ‘Actually, I wanted to shit on myself.”
On not being in control of her life:
“I feel like I’m not in control of my life,” she admits. “I would have to call so many people. I would have to call the label, my management, my publicist. It’s like a partnership. I’m the artist, but I don’t feel like I have a higher position than anybody that’s working for me. If I don’t want to work tomorrow, I cannot just stop working, because then, how’s other people gonna feed their family? It is a lot of pressure.”
Click through the following pages for more images from the spread and behind the scenes footage.