\'L&HH\' Newbie Cardi B. on Butt Injections, Stripping, and More (VIDEO)
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‘L&HH’ Newbie Cardi B. on Butt Injections, Stripping, and More (VIDEO)

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‘Love & Hip Hop’ Season 6 newcomer Cardi B. opens up on surgeries, abortions, and more with ‘The Breakfast Club’. Watch the clip here.

Though the Love & Hip Hop Season 6 premiere brought the usual amount of crazy and double the music, there was one thing fans were definitely missing: newcomer Cardi B.

The Instagram sensation dominated most of the memes trolling Twitter during the airing of the episode, however, it was revealed the former exotic dancer wouldn’t make her entrance on the show until Episode 2.

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Lucky for fans, Cardi made an appearance on The Breakfast Club the morning after the premiere and was her usual raw, unfiltered self.

Warning: This video contains very NSFW language.

 

In the above chat, the 23-year-old talked about getting plastic surgery to enhance her exotic dancing career and admitted to getting some “basement shots” to augment her booty.

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“I got me some shots... in a couple basements… I got some shots out here. That’s the thing about the strip clubs too, you don’t feel as confident of yourself.

“Like after I got my breasts done, I actually thought my body was perfect.” That was until she saw women with bigger “assets” making more money and felt “now I gotta buy me one.” Cardi then revealed she regretted it.

“I mean, if you feel uncomfortable with yourself then do it. But remember you might end up regretting it like me. Like I got it done in the basement, so I can die any day now.”

Morbid jokes aside, Cardi talked about a variety of things: her “main boyfriend” being in jail for credit card scamming, her Caribbean mother not being proud of her dancing, and having two abortions because she didn’t feel she had her life in order.

But one thing the starlet stressed most, was the importance of women getting an education versus dancing for a paycheck.

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“I relate to every hood girl that has a dream and tries to chase it. I relate to every girl that been through some struggles and had to do a couple thangs for some change,” she said.

“I been through it all … I say it because it is what it is. I did it, been there, done that and it ain’t cool.”

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And this is just the tip of the Cardi B. iceberg, folks. We seriously can’t wait to see what she brings to the Love & Hip Hop Season 6 table.

Love & Hip Hop Season 6 airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on VH1.