Cardi B Returns and Teases New Music After Deactivating Her Twitter Account

Cardi B’s break from Twitter was short-lived.

The superstar temporarily deactivated her account when fans demanded she drop her sophomore album after she revealed that she was excited to be releasing her own doll on Friday (March 5). By the early morning hours of Saturday, she was back on Twitter.

In her first tweet on Saturday, Cardi addressed the criticism of her project timelines by reminding fans how she announced her previous album, Invasion of Privacy: “I announced my 2018 album in March 11th I knew I had to drop in April because by may my stomach was going to be to big to do music videos. That’s why I like it was the last music video I made ….Soo please tell me when did I ever wait on others to drop beside my stomach ?” she wrote.

She then tweeted a short audio snippet of a new song, in which she seems to be rapping “I need more money than problems this year.”

On Saturday evening, she got on Twitter again to give her followers a brief update on her upcoming plans.

“After next week I’m going full album mode,” Cardi tweeted along with another clip — a throwback of the rapper working on “Red Barz.” “I was hungry around this time .Perfecting & writing my s—.”

“Im going to complete some business do things for ‘UP’ then I’m out !but please let’s stay on topic & not ask me about things when ya know I don’t like talkin bout my moves,” she said.

Cardi B announced the arrival of her doll on Today Friday morning, opening up about how she wanted to design a doll that looks like her and represents a diverse array of girls, including 2-year-old daughter Kulture, because she didn’t have that experience with dolls as a child.

“I would love my daughter to play with a doll that looks like me. Growing up, I ain’t ever seen a doll that look like me. I ain’t ever seen a doll that really represents me. When you go to the doll aisle when you was my age, it’s either like there’s a real white one or there’s a real dark one. And there’s barely one that’s in the middle. None of them have my style, none of them have my flavor,” she recalled in the interview.

See her latest tweets below.