Report: Cardi B in Talks for Solo Super Bowl Set

  /  09.24.2018

Cardi B is ready to invade the Super Bowl.

The “Bodak Yellow” rapper is reportedly in talks to be a special guest during Maroon 5’s Super Bowl LIII halftime show. But there are now reports that Cardi is looking for a bigger gig. According to TMZ, she is negotiating a solo set in addition to performing “Girls Like You,” her chart-topping collaboration with Maroon 5.

Cardi has reportedly been receiving multiple offers to perform around the Super Bowl in early February and is looking to make the best deal possible.

In addition to Cardi, Travis Scott is also on the rumored short list of guests for Maroon 5’s halftime set at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Feb. 3.

Meanwhile, Kulture’s mother has addressed rumors that celebrities including Rihanna unfollowed her on Instagram following her altercation with Nicki Minaj at New York Fashion Week. Taking to Instagram Stories, she shut down the reports.

“A lot of people were doing rumors that a couple of celebrities unfollowed me and that’s not even true,” she said. “Those celebrities weren’t even following me. Why can’t y’all just stop making rumors trying to make me look like I’m just over. When my time is over, you will see that my time is over.”

Cardi previously announced plans to release a new project this month that would feature songs that didn’t make her debut Invasion of Privacy, plus four or five new tracks. It’s unclear when she plans to debut the new music.


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