Cardi B doesn't agree that any publicity is good publicity.
Over the course of the last twelve months, we've seen stars rise and fall. While some artists have had trouble keeping their allure in 2018, Cardi B has become a pop culture phenomenon. As she continues to build her name, she was the subject of an interview on CBS Sunday Morning. Maurice DuBois paid her a visit to speak on how her life has changed since her music catapulted her to superstardom.
Some believe that any publicity can be considered good publicity. If people are talking about you, that's a good thing. Right? Not to Cardi B. She told DuBois that her feud with Nicki Minaj was essentially "bad for business" because it took the attention away from the product she offers to the world. "It's unnecessary [to be involved in that kind of stuff,]" she said. "You know a lot of people like to say, any publicity is good publicity, to me it's not because that takes away from people paying attention to your craft. It makes people not even care about your craft, they just wanna see drama."
While Bardi consistently rules the news circuit, she's been featured even more heavily in the last week because of her recent Grammy nominations and her break-up announcement with Offset. Watch the full interview below where she also addresses her haters and how she always comes out on top.