Ever since Cardi B dropped her highly anticipated Invasion of Privacy album on Friday, the love has been pouring in from all facets of life. Aside from her die-hard fans, celebrities and fellow artists fired off congratulatory messages on social media throughout the weekend — most of which were reposted by Bardi on Instagram.
Some of the most famous women in the world were moved enough after listening to Cardi’s work to shout her out on social media, including Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah, to which the 25-year-old reposted. “I CAAAANNNNTTTTTT BELIIIEEEEEVEEEEESS IT!!!!!!!!!!——–OMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGGG.”
Capping off a weekend that included revealing her pregnancy in an appearance as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live were kind words from two female musicians who paved the way to help Cardi’s star shine the brightest: Erykah Badu, who posted the Bronx native’s face photoshopped onto the famed Mona Lisa painting, and Missy Elliott.
Well-wishes came from artists featured on the projected Billboard 200 No. 1 album, including Chance the Rapper, Kehlani, YG and SZA. Other posts came from legends like Diddy, T.I., 50 Cent and even Green Day. Hip-hop musicians of today showed no shortage of love including G-Eazy, Logic, Quavo, her fiance Offset and many more.
Check out the laundry list of shout-outs in their entirety below:
i been holding on to this secret for months i was going to explode!!! i’m sooooo happy this is out and so DAMN PROUD OF YOU! i told you the first time i met you how much you deserved all of this and i will stand by that thru anything! you’re a sweet special HARD WORKING woman , everything coming to you was rightfully earned and deserves nothing but the highest respect. Ring ft me , INVASION OF PRIVACY OUT NOW, don’t hurt em sissssss!!! @iamcardib ———-
Congratulations—-! Dropping ya 1st album is a feeling of happiness & proud that’s hard to explain—-Enjoy your blessings——
— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) April 7, 2018
Aye @iamcardib girl you snapped! This album —
— Rap Bruce Willis (@Logic301) April 7, 2018
— Green Day (@GreenDay) April 6, 2018