Her bubbly personality propelled her rise from unknown stripper to viral Instagram model, before landing her a gig as a reality star, then helping her forge a career as a rapper.
So it was only to be expected that Cardi B didn’t hold back as the Bodak Yellow singer walked the red carpet at her first Grammy Awards.
‘I’m feeling good, I’m feeling nervous, overwhelmed – everything,’ Cardi admitted, before memorably adding that she had: ‘Butterflies in my stomachache and vagina.’
E! host Giuliana Rancic laughed in shock, before telling the irrepressible former Love And Hip Hop: New York star: ‘I know why I love you so much. The reason everyone loves you, because you speak your mind. You do not hold back.’
Cardi is nominated for two awards at Sunday’s New York ceremony – Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for her debut track Bodak Yellow.
Meanwhile she is engaged to be married to rapper Offset.
The Bad And Boujee star is completely smitten with the busty brunette beauty and admired her for working her way up to the top, just like him.
He gushed in a recent Rolling Stone interview: ‘She is real solid, came from where I came from, did what I did. She’s herself, man. I seen her develop from the trenches all the way up, and I like how she did it.
‘I respect her grind as a woman. She came to the game with some gangsta s***. I like that. I f*** with her. That’s my baby.’
Offset, who has had his future wife’s name inked on his skin alongside a picture of a Powerpuff Girl, popped the question to Cardi while she was on stage at Power 99’s Powerhouse concert in Philadelphia in October.
Lyft, the extremely popular ride share service, and their creative team takes the Grammy extravaganza to the next level.
Throughout Grammy weekend, in parking lots across Manhattan and Brooklyn, Lyft has choreographed unbelievable pop-up showcases of 2017’s top hits performed by, non-other than, a fleet of super tricked out cars (their alarms specifically).
Spectators can expect to hear songs including Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble”, Portugal’s “Feel It Still” and the incredibly popular “Despacito”.