Singer Cardi B poses for photographers as she arrives for the Chanel Ready To Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection in Paris, France.
Rap superstar Cardi B is floating the notion of a political career, saying she could "shake the table" as a member of US Congress.
Cardi B announced her plans to leave the United States of America after its president, Donald Trump approved the strike that killed the head of the Iranian Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani which has since gotten everyone anxious about a possible World War III.
Cardi B hinted in a series of tweets Sunday that she may launch a congressional run.
I know, she doesn't exactly strike you as the kind of person to want to run for office, but she's been pretty vocal about politics since as early as 2016. "I really love government even tho I don't agree with Goverment [sic]", the Grammy-winning artist tweeted.
The "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker logged on to her Twitter account to share her political aspirations with her 8.8 million followers admitting that she thinks her future will take her into politics, however, she was keen to point out that she is not a supporter of President Donald Trump or his Republican administration.
At just 26-years-old, Cardi B has plenty of years ahead of her to get an education and enter the world of politics if she really wants to. We've seen everyone from Sonny Bono (yes, the Sonny & Cher guy) and Clint Eastwood to Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger turning to politics after making a name for themselves in Hollywood. Stranger things have happened.