Cardi B Has a Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory
Everyone can’t get Cardi B’s coronavirus video or the remix that came out of the Instagram clip. The rapper was recently discussing coronavirus during an Instagram live session and brought up a conspiracy theory that questions how those visible in the public eye are coming forward with their positive tests.
The viral ‘Coronavirus’ song is a hit on social media
Cardi B has been one of the celebrities grabbing attention during the pandemic because of an Instagram video she posted.
In the video, she warned fans and the public to begin taking the coronavirus seriously. A lot of people began making memes of her statements. Then, music producer DJ iMarkkeyz turned the most meme-able moments into a song, “Coronavirus.” It instantly went viral on social media and was released on streaming platforms, entering several top music charts.
The producer told BuzzFeed News, “[The beat] was in the tempo of how she said ‘coronavirus,’ so it kind of matched the beat. It was exciting. I had a feeling it would reach her.”
Both Cardi B and DJ iMarkkeyz have said that the proceeds of the song are going to those who are in need of funds and support during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cardi B suggests celebrities may be getting paid to say they have it
Recently on Instagram Live, Cardi B talked more about the coronavirus and suggested a new conspiracy theory surrounding the outbreak.
She brought up a point, questioning why certain people in the spotlight are getting tested.
The rapper said, “We keep seeing these basketball players say like, ‘Yeah, I have the coronavirus but I don’t got no symptoms. So how the f*ck am I supposed to know when I’m supposed to get tested for it?!”
She continued, “Y’all n****s is playin’ with me. That’s my problem right there. Cause y’all not really saying what it is. And it’s like, alright, so tell me what it is and what it ain’t. I’m starting to feel like y’all n****s is payin’ n****s to say that they got it, and if y’all are paying n****s to say that they got it, pay me too! Pay me too! Okay? S**t, ’cause I’m trying to get paid.”
As more new cases continue to be announced, it looks like we’re only going to continue to hear more people give their thoughts about the outbreak.