Cardi B reveals what her Real Housewives slogan would be

Cardi B would really be the ultimate Real Housewives star if you really think about it. She leads a fantastic life as a wife, mother and boss. Most importantly, she is reality TV gold and has the track record to prove it. Cardi knows how to be shady and express her opinion. It’s no wonder Andy Cohen invited her to the Watch What Happens Live clubhouse this week. She didn’t even need a co-star – Cardi alone was enough entertainment.

Cardi B appeared solo on WWHL to talk about her career, life and Bravo drama. Andy couldn’t resist asking the hip-hop star to give the audience a taste of her dream catchphrase, “Real Housewives.” Cardi B was more than ready to perform in front of the camera and gave fans a star-worthy catchphrase to ponder.

Cardi B’s Shady “Real Housewives” Tagline

Cardi B literally wanted to pose like she was in a Real Housewives intro on WWHL, but she ended up delivering her dream catchphrase from her seat (with a lot of attitude). “The only thing I throw harder than microphones is shade,” she announced . That’s a mic drop slogan if I ever heard one. Luckily, WWHL reposted the clip on Twitter so we can replay it over the next few days and live in a fantasy where Cardi B is somehow a Real Housewives star.

The WWHL audience went crazy for the rapper’s undeniably chaotic catchphrase. Only she would reference the controversy involving her throwing a microphone into the audience at a fan who allegedly threw something at her in a reality TV tagline. Even Andy couldn’t deny that it was absolutely iconic. “Well done,” he replied. “Open invitation. You choose the franchise and you’re in.” Let’s get Cardi B on Bravo as soon as possible. I don’t care what check the network has to write her to give her an apple, a peach, a diamond or whatever she really wants. Give her everything – seriously, whatever it takes.


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