Cardi B Announces “Please Me” Video Drops Friday
Just a pair weeks faraway from the discharge of Cardi B & Bruno Mars’ new single “Please Me,” the 2 are able to share its official music video. On Monday evening, the Invasion Of Privacy rapper took to her IG to announce that she’s dropping the video this Friday. “PLEASE ME MUSIC VIDEO WILL BE OUT FRIDAY !!,” she wrote as her caption.
To coincide with the announcement, Cardi teased a photograph of her face on a horchata carton, which is a reference to the tune’s lyric by which Cardi compares her genitals to the Latin American milk/drink. “Your pussy basura (Basura)/ My pussy horchata,” she raps on the tune. Unfortunately, there’s no visible teaser so we’re not solely positive what anticipate, however we’ll know in a couple of days.
This announcement comes simply hours after Cardi revealed that the one, “Please Me,” landed at the #5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 this opening week. However, one thing tells me it’s not completed transferring up the charts.
Peep the video announcement (beneath) and examine again Friday to see the complete factor. Stream the tune right here.
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