Kanye West Says Cardi B ‘Ain’t No F—— Blessing’ In Resurfaced Illuminati Plant Video!
Kanye West has once again thrust himself into the spotlight by sparking intense debates about the Illuminati. In a viral resurfaced clip, the controversial artist expressed his belief that Cardi B is an “Illuminati plant” used to replace fellow rapper Nicki Minaj.
West’s comments sparked a heated debate online as several fans took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share their reactions to the shocking claim.
In a since-deleted post, Cardi B seemingly responded to the allegation by sharing a clip from a 2020 interview in which West praised and eulogized her artistry.
Kanye West Calls Cardi B An ‘Illuminati Plant’
The “Praise God” rapper, known for his unfiltered commentary on various subjects, shared his thoughts in a recently resurfaced clip believed to have licked from an unreleased 2018 documentary that quickly gained traction online.
West questioned the authenticity of Cardi B’s rise to fame in the footage, suggesting that the Illuminati orchestrated her success.
The Illuminati, a secret society often theorized to control global affairs, has long been a subject of fascination and speculation. While many dismiss it as a mere conspiracy theory, others believe in its existence and influence, especially within the entertainment industry.
“Cardi B is a plant by the Illuminati,” West alleged in the video. “She doesn’t write her raps. She’s just there to sound as ignorant as possible. She’s literally replaced Nicki Minaj purposely.”
He continued, “She thinks it’s a blessing from the universe, it ain’t no f—— blessing.”
Fans Are Split Over The ‘Illuminati’ Claim
The hip-hop community and fans alike found themselves caught in the crossfire of the unexpected claim, prompting a surge of opinions and discussions across Twitter/X. Some users dismissed Kanye’s statements as eccentric musings, while others engaged in serious conversations about the existence of the Illuminati and its alleged influence in the entertainment industry.
A person wrote, “Saying all this and then ending up doing a song with her is crazy.”
“Lol wasn’t this obvious from the get-go?” a fan quizzed in support of West’s claims.
“He ain’t lying. I said this when she came out rapping but she cool I like her,” a person noted.
Another said, “And what a failed attempt that was cuz Nicki still is here and charting more than her.”
One particular individual not having it with West said, “Y’all this is desperate. Leave that woman alone. Sheesh the lengths these obsessed people will go to discredit Cardi. We do not care.”
“Cardi B doesn’t hide that she doesn’t write her music. She doesn’t pretend to be someone or something she’s not. Stop comparing Cardi B and Nicki,” another fan penned.
“I don’t like Cardi b at all. Don’t like her rapping or what she raps about or what kind of person she is BUT Kanye is a known liar, among other things, so I don’t put much stock in this at all,” one more person wrote.
Cardi B Responds To Kanye West’s Claims
Cardi B, never one to shy away from addressing rumors head-on, has once again proven her resilience and wit, responding to West’s Illuminati allegations with a touch of humor and a dash of sass.
In a now-deleted post on X, the “Hot S—” rapper posted a clip from West’s 2022 interview with “Hollywood Unlocked” Jason Lee, in which he praised her and shared his admiration for her artistry.
“I’ve always believed in her since she was on the show,” West said in the interview with Lee, seemingly referring to the reality show “Love & Hip-Hop: New York” that helped launch Cardi B’s career.
The Bronx native, who has consistently been open about her journey from stripper to superstar, notably worked with West on her 2022 “Hot S—” song. The track also featured an appearance from Lil Durk.
Kanye West Disses Nas, Pusha T, And Teyana Taylor For ‘Riding His Wave’
The “Donda” rapper fired shots at some of his fellow artists associated with his G.O.O.D Music label, accusing them of not appreciating his greatness and claiming that they rode on his wave rather than make individual waves of their own.
West singled out prominent names such as Nas, Pusha T, and Teyana Taylor in a viral clip, suggesting that their success was intricately tied to his influence. He wasn’t happy with himself for giving Taylor her biggest song, “Gonna Love Me,” and for producing for Pusha T on his “Daytona” album.
West also dissed Nas for rapping off-beat on the song “Cops Shot the Kid.”
“These m——— don’t appreciate me. These m——— are trying to use me. I’m the greatest m——- artist living, and I can do everything,” he declared in the clip.
Nas, legendary in his own right, Pusha T, known for his lyrical prowess, and Taylor have yet to respond directly to West’s claims.