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Cardi B Warns Offset To Be Careful With Her New Single

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Cardi has been on the rise in the hip-hop world for the last two years. After her astronomical success with the breakout hit Bodak Yellow everyone paraded for Cardi and mutually agreed that we wanted The Bronx native to win.

Her highly anticipated debut is set to drop in the beginning of April, and in the wee hours of March 29th, she released a new single.

Be Careful astonished many for several reasons. For one the lyrical content and production of the record is a different route for Cardi not to mention the always calculated bad chick persona is out the window in the duration of the track.
Cardi is emotional and sounds extremely distressed about the status of her relationship with fiance Offset.

Infidelity rumors have been on the surface since the beginning of the rap duo’s relationship. Cardi is always dismissive towards the situation. The artist has never gone into depth about the allegations of foul play until now.

She opens the track  saying “I wanna get married like the Currys, Steph and Ayesha sh** But we more like Tommy and Keisha sh** gave you TLC you wanna creep and sh**t”

Is this the same Cardi who schooled us about cutting a negro off if he got too comfortable? Apparently, Offset has grown comfortable and Cardi may be tired of his behavior. She expressed how she feels foolish for going through milestones in a relationship where she feels taken for granted.

Social media ripped her to shreds indicating that this isn’t the self-assured, confidant Cardi we all grew to love. This track displays to me that no matter who you are you are never exempt from experiencing heartbreak from the one you love.

No amount of status or money can stop the pain, though no one deserves to get played it happens. I’m wishing the best for Cardi and alarming Offset that maybe he should sleep with one eye open, because as the old saying goes “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.”

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Floyd Mayweather Talk Top fights, Kobe & More on Drink Champs on TIDAL

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Today, the undefeated boxing champ, Floyd Mayweather, joins N.O.R.E and DJ EFN’s “The Most Professional Unprofessional, Podcast” Drink Champs on TIDAL. In this episode, Mayweather, dubbed one of the best “pound-for-pound” fighters in the world, discusses feeling lost to the untimely passing of Kobe Bryant, coining himself as “Cinco De Mayweather” when fighting Oscar De La Hoya, mastering the Mayweather Defense, beef with 50 Cent, chopping trees as preparation for his fight with Manny Pacquiao and a potential Mayweather vs McGregor round 2.

Members can watch the episode on TIDAL.com/DrinkChamps

The podcast adds to the growing list of content that TIDAL offers – from albums and singles to original video content, concert giveaways, unique events, and artist meet & greets – TIDAL provides members with culture-shifting content.

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Dwyane Wade Reveals 12-Year-Old Child Now Goes By Zaya

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With all of the obstacles that exist within our society, it’s incredible to see 13-time NBA All-Star and former player, Dwyane Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union empowering their pre-teen, Zaya, to live her truth.

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Wade recently appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to promote the upcoming ESPN documentary D Wade: Life Unexpected. Following a clip from the documentary, he shared that his middle child, formerly known as Zion, now identifies as “her” and goes by the name Zaya. 

As DeGeneres praised him for his support of Zaya, Wade replied, “Me and my wife Gabrielle Union are proud parents of a child in the LGBTQ+ community. And we are proud allies as well. We take our roles and our responsibility as parents very seriously.”

He went on to share that Zaya expressed her desire to live her truth at 9-years-old. “I don’t know if everyone knows, originally named Zion, born as a boy — came home and said, ‘Hey, I want to talk to you guys. I think going forward I’m ready to live my truth. I want to be referenced as she and her, I would love for you guys to call me Zaya,” he explained.

Immediately the parents began to educate themselves and seek advice from members of the LGBTQ+ community, Union reaching out to the cast of the popular FX series, Pose. For Wade, it’s all about giving her “the best opportunity to be her best self” while preparing her to live life openly.

According to Wade, “Once Zaya came home and said, ‘I want you to call me Zaya and I’m ready to take on this,’ I looked at her and said, ‘You are a leader. And this is our opportunity to allow you to be a voice.’ Right now it’s through us, because she’s 12 years old, but eventually, it will be through her.”

For more on his journey post-career and as the father of an openly gay pre-teen, tune in to D Wade: Life Unexpected. The ESPN documentary airs Sunday, February 23rd. 

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