Offset Tells Cardi B to ‘Stop Being Scary’ and Drop Her New Album

Hip-hop fans have been waiting for Cardi B‘s next album for more than five years. And while the “Bongos” rapper has repeatedly teased that the follow-up to her smash 2018 major label debut, Invasion of Privacy, is just around the corner, as of now there is still no information or release date out there.


The tease has been going on for so long that even estranged husband Offset is getting antsy for the world to hear Cardi’s next musical move. According to HipHopDX, on Monday the Migos MC posted a video on his Instagram Stories in which he hyped Cardi’s new music while encouraging her to hurry up and let it loose.

While ‘Set was bobbing his head and clearly vibing to the music with a satisfied stank face visible beneath his black hoodie, the video had no audio, so viewers were left to their imagination in interpreting the caption. “Stop being scary and drop the album” it read, along with “s–t goes crazy [fire emoji].”

The hype from her ex came despite Cardi announcing in December that she was single, marking an end to the couple’s tumultuous, on-and-off six-year relationship. In keeping with the up-and-down journey they’ve been on, though, the pair were pictured together at a restaurant in Miami Beach on Valentine’s Day.

For her part, Cardi has continued to tease out hints about her new album, including in November when she asked fans if she should drop a new video before the end of the year. “ I don’t know. Maybe I should just put a lil’ something something out before the year ends,” she said at the time. “Would y’all mind if I just do, like, a video? If I do a music video that’s just probably in my kitchen because I don’t really have nothing planned for, like, right now. I don’t know. I’ll think about it by the end of the day. I don’t know. I just feel like I gotta talk my s–t a little bit. You know what I’m saying?”

In the end, she didn’t release anything new and at press time there is still no information about when the Bardigang might get fresh tracks.

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