Cardi B and SZA might be saying “I Do” to a Coachella duet. The TDE songstress hinted at a possible joint performance of their Invasion of Privacy collaboration at this weekend’s festival.
“That would be gnarly,” a coy SZA told TMZ earlier this week. “I would be honored. I can’t confirm on her set. It’s not fair. It’s her surprises.”
SZA appears on “I Do,” a fan favorite off Cardi’s debut album Invasion of Privacy. SZA is also slated to perform her own Coachella set tonight, while Cardi B takes the stage on Sunday.
The “Bodak Yellow” rapper is reportedly in 10-hour rehearsals to prepare for her performance, for which she was paid $70,000 per weekend. However, she says the production cost her $300,000.
While speaking with TMZ, the TDE songstress also weighed in on the Cardi B and Nicki Minaj feud that intensified yesterday, when Barbie said she was “hurt” by a Bardi interview.
“Do you consider that a feud or is that outside influence and opinion?” asked SZA. “I see two women doing their best and championing themselves. I don’t see ill words being spread on either side. I think they’re doing just fine, they’re grown women. Very empowering. Very capable.”