Cardi B Wants Police Brutality Addressed by Presidential Candidates: 'It Keeps on Happening Every Single Day'

Cardi B
Ramona Rosales 

Cardi B photographed on Nov. 7, 2017 at Carondelet House in Los Angeles. 

Cardi B has long taken an interest in American politics. She's said that history was her favorite subject in school growing up. Even being one of the premier stars in music, the Bronx native still refuses to mince her words when it comes to certain lightning-rod topics. Cardi took to Instagram Tuesday night to pose a hypothetical question, asking Democratic presidential candidates looking to run in the 2020 election what they would do when it comes to issues of police brutality in America.

"I would like to ask what are we going to do about police brutality," the "Bodak Yellow" rapper wondered. "It seems like it keeps on happening every single day and they are getting away with it. Nobody is talking about it. I would like to see a change and know if our next president even cares because it seems our president now doesn't."

The 26-year-old then called on the Bardi Gang to start thinking about the changes they want to see in their communities and drop their answers in the comments. The most-liked comments addressed hot-button topics such as health care, college tuition, school safety, prison reform and the legalization of marijuana, just to name a few.