Cardi B urges Selena Gomez to reconsider music retirement
14 March 2021 | 12:42 pm
Cardi B has offered to help Selena Gomez embrace an "edgy" reinvention after urging the pop star to reconsider plans to retire from music.
26 Oct 2019
Gomez has made her long-awaited return to music with the release of a new song, “Lose You to Love Me.” The track dropped at midnight on Oct. 23, and fans believe the song is about her past romance with Justin Bieber.
6 Nov 2019
“Lose You to Love Me" was No. 1 on the singles chart with 38.8 million streams in its first week. Gomez celebrated the accomplishment with her fans on Instagram. My first number 1!! This song is so dear to my heart.
7 Dec 2019
Cardi B is firing back at gossip linking her husband Offset to text messages with jailed rapper TEKASHI 6IX9INE's girlfriend, insisting her man's Instagram has been hacked.
10 Dec 2019
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14 Dec 2019
Catch this week’s episode of Guardian Life’s weekly recap of the biggest entertainment news on GuardianTV. Join Violet Johnson as she brings you a fresh array of gist every week!
17 Dec 2019
On Monday, December 9, Toke Makinwa and Yomi Black had a go at each other after the latter reshared a post from Soji Ogunnaike questioning the source of the former source of wealth.
11 Mar 2020
According to Vin Diesel, his four-year-old daughter Pauline demanded he cast Cardi B in 'F9'.
12 Nov 2020
Cardi B has hit back at trolls who alleged she was used as a "pawn" in Joe Biden's successful U.S. presidential campaign.
30 Nov 2020
Cardi B has blasted Wiz Khalifa for "pitting her against" her one-time enemy Nicki Minaj.
14 Dec 2020
Offset has come to the defence of his wife Cardi B following a rap attack from Snoop Dogg over her controversial hit WAP.
16 Dec 2020
Music stars Rihanna and Cardi B were among those honored at the 34th Footwear News Awards held virtually on Tuesday. Sixteen artists and brands were honored during the ceremony with Crocs and Birkenstocks sharing brand of the year trophies. The Nike Dunk was named shoe of the year.
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